Audi issues emissions software

Friday, 21 July 2017

Audi issues emissions software

Audi is offering the owners of 850,000 diesel cars a software upgrade to 'improve emissions behaviour in real driving conditions further beyond existing legal requirements' in a bid to avoid possible diesel car bans. The upgrade will also be available to Porsche and Volkswagen branded cars with the same six and eight cylinder engines.

The Reuters news agency reported that German car industry officials and politicians had agreed to improve diesel vehicles' emissions through software updates in order to avoid diesel bans in cities.

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