The German car manufacturer Daimler has requested that one million vehicles be brought to the workshops on suspicion of having a system for the treatment of emissions of pollutant gases, which affect practically all classes, reported a German newspaper this weekend
The German weekly magazine & # 39; Der Spiegel & # 39; 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 been nominated for an assessment.
In total, Daimler has to be revised 280,000 cars in Germany and 700,000 in the rest of Europe.
The list includes, in particular, the smaller diesel model with a class C engine and the Mercedes-powered C300 hybrid, different models of class E and cars that are traded as particularly ecologically with hybrid engine in the luxury class S, explains the newspaper.
In the class G several cars were covered & # 39; all terrain & # 39; such as the ML, the GLE and the GLC, as well as the CLS sports coupé and the SLK cabrio. Daimler also mentioned the Vito, V-Class and Sprinter workshops.
A Daimler spokesperson confirmed to the newspaper that it is the models mentioned by company chairman Dieter Zetsche during talks with the Department of Transport and add that the manufacturer will contest, but at the same time will develop software updates and inform customers as soon as possible. they are approved.