Volkswagen may be in trouble all over again for allegedly installing software in cars to help them duck emissions standards, Reuters reports. German authorities are investigating whether 1.2-liter engine Volkswagens, including the Polo, received a software update allowing them to trick emissions tests. Germany may also file charges against company managers and recall more Volkswagens.
This after VW admitted to similar trickery with diesel-engine vehicles in 2015 and had to recall hundreds of thousands worldwide. Meanwhile, VW ended 2018 with record deliveries around the world and likely became "the world's biggest carmaker," per the Financial Times. (Also, Tesla has added a car feature involving more personal emissions.)