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Opel reported to have manipulated diesel car exhaust emissions | DW | 14.07.2018
Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has been testing Opel vehicles in recent months, according to a report to be published in a Sunday newspaper. According to the report, the KBA found indications that Opel has manipulated exhaust emissions in some diesel vehicles and that nitrogen oxide emissions were more than 10 times higher than permitted. Worldwide, about 60,000 cars are affected, including diesel versions of the Cascada, Insignia and Zafira models.
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Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
Diesel scandal in Germany now also leads to Opel
The authorities in Germany have raided car manufacturer Opel on suspicion of manipulating test results for diesel cars. Car manufacturers such as Volkswagen, Audi and Mercedes were previously involved in the scandal.
In the diesel cars of those manufacturers, fraudulent software was installed on a large scale. With the help of the software, the emission of harmful substances in tests seemed more favourable.
According to the German newspaper Bild, this is about 95,000 Opel diesel cars that meet the Euro-6 standard. These were the models Insignia, Zafira and Cascada from the construction years 2012, 2014 and 2017. The Opel sites in Kaiserslautern and Rüsselsheim were searched. …
UPDATE: the German government has ordered Opel to recall 100,000 cars.