What’s Next for Volkswagen?
A conversation between The Drive's Lawrence Ulrich and Drive Wire host Christina Thompson.
Now that Volkswagen’s Dieselgate is in full swing, everyone is asking the big question of…what’s next? How is Volkswagen going to make this up to their customers and restore their peace of mind? At the moment, VW has upwards of 11 million defective cars. And we still don’t know what they plan on doing to bring these lemons up to EPA standards. To shed some light on some of the many unanswered questions, I’m here with The Drive’s Chief Auto Critic, Lawrence Ulrich. So Lawrence, what can we expect next from VW?
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