Via USA Today:
Volkswagen Group’s emissions scandal on Monday broadened to include a range of sport-utility vehicles — including luxury Audi and Porsche models — in a revelation that casts doubt on the company’s past statements about the situation.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accused the company of installing so-called defeat-device software on SUVs and additional luxury cars not previously implicated in the scandal.
The allegation raises questions about the breadth of the German automaker’s response to the scandal since the EPA first accused the company of cheating emissions regulations on diesel cars on Sept. 18.
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