• Kyodo


The Japanese arm of Volkswagen AG said Wednesday it has found 83 cases in which exhaust emissions and fuel economy data were improperly recorded for new cars since 2012 in another blunder for the German automaker that was previously wrapped up in an emissions test cheating scandal.

The latest revelation follows a number of similar cases at rival automakers, including Nissan Motor Co. and Subaru Corp. that admitted to falsifying emissions and fuel efficiency data during final vehicle checks.

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