Drive Wire: VW Subsidiary Porsche Enters Dieselgate
Turning to business news, it seems that VW subsidiary Porsche— maybe you’ve heard of them— is now embroiled in the Dieselgate shenanigans. The EPA is saying that emissions-masking software has been found in diesel Cayenne models, allowing them to skirt emissions laws in the same manner as VW’s 4-cylinder diesels. However, Porsche spokesmen say the EPA has it wrong this time and that the software is a legitimate anti-pollution measure. This is the first time the Volkswagen group has pushed back on any of the diesel-cheating allegations, so this one could lead to fireworks.
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