Volkswagen Diesel Fix Could be New Catalytic Converter
Several months have passed since news of Volkswagen's diesel emissions cheat first broke. They've apologized and promised to make things right, but until now have not presented a solution for fixing the vehicles currently on the road. Acording to CNBC, Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said the company has a new catayltic converter. They believe this will fix the diesel emissions problem in its vehicles. RELATED: 5 Diesel Alternatives to the Affected Volkswagen Vehicles
He went on to say that they believe it's possible to fix all 430,000 cars in the United States that currently do not meet emissions standards. Mueller will be meeting with the US Enivronmental Protection Agency this Wednesday where he plans to make the company's proposal regarding new catalytic converters.
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Mueller was optimistic about the meeting and hopeful that VW will be able to come up with a plan that the EPA approves. This isn't the first time the two have met, but yet another meeting after months of talks. Hopefully this time VW will hit the mark and owners will finally have some resolution.
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