Yesterday, Opel released yet another statement regarding its diesel emissions. The brand has tried to make it clear there is no software onboard its vehicles to cheat emissions testing. However, an environment group says otherwise.
DUH says it has tested the Opel Zafira and Astra and concluded the cars reduce emissions at certain speeds and temperatures. The group wants the vehicles off the roads, according to the Associated Press.
Opel claims the testing was not objective, and features no scientific grounds, stating, “our software was never designed to cheat or deceive.”
Previously, the German, French and UK governments completely cleared Opel and Vauxhall of any sort of wrong doing, stating there was no evidence to suggest software cheats were onboard.