Financial Times said in a report, Audi under scandal-hit Volkswagen, admitted to US controllers that 85,000 more autos from the category contained unlawful software. Audi sent its engineers a week ago to meet US Environmental Protection Agency authorities. They admitted that the software was in each of the 3 liter diesel motors sold from 2009 to this year including Audi, Porsche and Volkeswagon sports utility vehicles.
Audi exposed the Environmental Protection Agency that the software was available in auto cars going back to 2009, taking the quantity of vehicles influenced to around 85,000 cars. Volkeswagon prior had denied the charges on 2nd November, saying that "no product has been introduced in the 3-liter V6 diesel power units to change discharges qualities in a prohibited way.
The report said that with this disclosure, VW now needs to manage three separate discharges issues the two including the EPA and also one including carbon dioxide levels in Europe that have brought up issues about how boundless cheating was at the producer.