About 11 million VW vehicles worldwide have diesel engines with software “irregularities”.
The automaker plans to set aside 6.5 bn euros ($7.3 bn) in Q3 2015 to cover the costs of addressing the issue. The amount of provisions it needs could still change as the investigation continues, VW said.
United States: Scandal emerged following findings by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Department of Justice and New York regulators have launched criminal investigations
Canada: Environmental Agency investigating some 100,000 Volkswagen and Audi diesel cars
Switzerland: Task force set up to investigate. Switzerland has temporarily banned the sale of VW diesel-engine models which could have devices capable of tricking emission tests.
Italy: Spot checks to be carried out on at least 1,000 diesel vehicles, transport minister says
United Kingdom: Vehicle Certification Agency to re-run lab tests and compare with “real-world” driving emissions
France: Random checks on 100 diesel cars aimed at “ensuring the absence of fraud”, says Environment Minister Segolene Royal
South Korea: Environment Ministry to investigate 4-5,000 Jetta, Golf and Audi A3 vehicles, could extend to all German diesel cars if problems found
Norway and India opening fraud investigations