The German car manufacturer Daimler will name its workshops more than a million vehicles, due to a presumption from the federal government regarding a system incorporated in the cars to process the emission of polluting gases, that affects practically all classes, reported the German weekly Der Spiegel. The newspaper had access to a list of the German federal office for motor vehicles, which contains 24 models – some of which are still for sale – that have to be revised.
In total Daimler – whose best-known brand is the Mercedes-Benz – asked to view 280,000 cars in Germany and 700,000 in the rest of Europe.
The list includes in particular the smaller diesel model with Mercedes-class C Mercedes and the C300 Hybrid with Mercedes engine, various E-class models and cars that are sold as particularly environmentally friendly, with a hybrid engine in the luxury class S, explains the newspaper.
In class G, several terrain cars were covered Mercedes ML, the GLE and the GLC, as well as the sports coupe CLS and the SLK cabriolet
Daimler also have the workshops Vito, the V-Class and the Sprinter
A-spokesman of Daimler mentioned attached to the newspaper q which refers to the models that are mentioned by the president of the company, Dieter Zetsche, during talks with the Ministry of Transport.
He added that the manufacturer will fight, but at the same time will develop software updates and inform customers accordingly.
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