Volkswagen says it will refit up to 11 million vehicles in an attempt to move on from the diesel emissions tests scandal.
New Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said the German manufacturer will ask customers with some diesel models to come in "in the next few days" for modifications.
Those that contained illegal software will have to be refitted, the company announced – a move which some analysts have said could cost more than $6.5 billion.
It comes after Volkswagen was forced to apologise last week when it was discovered it had developed the software in order to trick emission tests in the US for some of its diesel models.
Source: “Sky News”