On Oct. 15, Germany’s automotive regulator rejected Volkswagen AG’s remediation plan for diesel vehicles equipped with the software designed to cheat emissions tests. Instead, the automaker was instructed to initiate a recall covering about 8.5 million vehicles across the European Union. The German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA), which is overseeing the scandal as the lead regulator among national EU agencies, has determined that 2.4 million vehicles will be recalled in Germany alone, according to a statement from Volkswagen.
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