Four and a half years after the Volkswagen Dieselgate broke, the company is still facing scrutiny on two continents. In its home country Germany on Friday, the Volkswagen Group agreed to pay a settlement of nearly $1 billion to hundreds of thousands of owners who argued their cars lost value after the scandal. The same day, Porsche’s offices were raided again by German police in an effort to uncover new evidence about Dieselgate.

On top of that, in America, Volkswagen has spent the last week defending itself in court against owners who declined to be a part of the automaker’s multibillion-dollar Dieselgate settlement.

All of this shows that Volkswagen is still very much dealing with the fallout of Dieselgate, despite spending the years since throwing tens of billions of dollars at building up a whole new lineup of electric vehicles. The world hasn’t forgotten about the fact that the automaker put 11 million vehicles on the road which purposely polluted far more than the legal limit, and that the company deceived regulators in the process...

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The FALLOUT From Dieselgate Continues! VW To Pay Nearly $1B Settlement, Porsche's Offices RAIDED...

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