Volkswagen's car 'graveyard' in California - BBC News

Volkswagen has spent more than $7.4 billion (£5.2 bn) to buy back around 350,000 diesel vehicles after the emissions scandal.
They're being stored at sites across the US.
What a waste.

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+2 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 2 years ago

"...it cost them..."?! Ha-ha-ha! Who do you think gave them the $7.4 bn in the first place? Fahrvergnügen, anyone? :x
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+1 2. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

So what's the plan going forward, Rust? or rebuild?
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+10 3. Klemm commented 2 years ago

Re-sell in africa or south-america i would assume.
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+1 4. ComentAtor commented 2 years ago

what a waste .. compared to tankers,planes, industry new diesel cars pollution is irrelevant
ok fraud it was .. but there must be a better eco solution than to dispose those cars in the desert :D