BERLIN (Reuters) – Daimler faces a recall order for more than 600,000 diesel-engine vehicles including C-Class and G-Class models because of suspected emissions manipulation, German magazine Der Spiegel reported on Friday.
Germany’s KBA vehicle authority is probing concrete suspicions that the affected cars were fitted with illicit defeat devices designed to manipulate emissions levels, the magazine said, without citing sources.
Daimler - Friday - KBA - Regard - Probe
Daimler on Friday said it had not been formally summoned by the KBA in regard to a probe of its C-Class and G-class models. Daimler declined to...