The ongoing investigation involving Volkswagen and their Dieselgate scandal continues to reveal some surprising information.
According to some documents discovered by the German news agency Handelsblatt, Reuters claims that new charges are being brought against Audi, which allegedly developed the software back in 1999.
Despite the existence of the software, it was not used until six years later, however, by Volkswagen to reduce its nitric oxide emissions. Obviously, this is where this story began to appear, since tightening emission standards and fuel economy really put pressure on the automotive industry.
However, the automaker must also be responsible and attentive to its decisions, and let’s not forget about the rather ridiculous venal wars that automakers are fighting for. This is an argument for old age, but what happened to quality instead of quantity?
Who the hell cares if you make the most out of most cars, it really doesn’t speak of superiority so much when the quality of the product is astounding. And Volkswagen was not easy with insulting the product to become one of the largest automakers in the world in terms of sales. But of course, it’s hard to argue in a society based on numbers.