California Board turns downVWengine fix
Volkswagen AG’s work to overcome the emissions-cheating scandal was set back after the California Air Resources Board rejected its proposed engine fix, just a day before Chief Executive Officer MatthiasMueller meets regulators to discuss ways out of the crisis. Europe’s largest automaker is in the midst of complex technical talks with the California board and counterparts at the EPA about possible fixes for 480,000 diesel cars. On Tuesday it agreed that VW’s plan can’t be approved.
The latest Porsche sedan — the 911 Turbo S — on show at the North American International Auto Show which opened in Detroit on Monday. The Detroit show is among the top automobile exhibitions in the world, enjoying similar popularity as the events held in Frankfurt, Geneva, Paris and Tokyo.