Dieselgate: NOx fix disabled at ‘normal’ temperatures, ruled unlawful

The EU’s top court has ruled that Volkswagen’s software fix for diesel engines that breach nitrogen oxide (NOx) limits is unlawful.

by Christian Ernhede
VW headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany. The carmaker's 'defeat devices' have caused years of legal woes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte / dpa / AFP via Getty
VW headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany. The carmaker's 'defeat devices' have caused years of legal woes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte / dpa / AFP via Getty

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