DieselGate: Breaking down the impact of VW’s testing scandal on the future of automotive lightweighting

The U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA) recently announced that Volkswagen sold around 482,000 vehicles containing a "defeat device" used to cheat NOx emissions testing, sparking a global scandal that has now reached 11 million vehicles. Volkswagen faces billions of dollars in fines, class action law...

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