Cal­i­for­nia Board turns downVWengine fix

China Daily (Canada) - - BUSINESS -

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.

LI BOWEN / XIN­HUA

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.

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