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VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JFJ
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit a court room in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JFH
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit a court room in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD5
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD4
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD2
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD1
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JCT
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JCH
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JC1
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JBZ
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JBY
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY31
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyers Ulrike Thole-Groll and...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyers Ulrike Thole-Groll and Thilo Pfordte at the start of his trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY2S
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY2Q
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY1D
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY13
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and former Audi engine designer and co-defendant...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz wait for the start of their trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY0M
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll wait for...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll wait for the start of their trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY0B
September 30, 2020
Judge Stefan Weickert arrives for a trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Judge Stefan Weickert arrives for a trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXZT
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXZS
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXZM
September 30, 2020
Former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz and his lawyers wait for the start of his...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz and his lawyers wait for the start of his trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXZC
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXZ1
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and former Audi engine designer and co-defendant...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz wait for the start of their trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXYR
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll and former Audi...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll and former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz and his lawyers wait for the start of their trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXYQ
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll and former Audi...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll and former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz and his lawyers wait for the start of their trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXXB
September 30, 2020
Former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz and his lawyers wait for the start of his...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Former Audi engine designer and co-defendant Wolfgang Hatz and his lawyers wait for the start of his trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXWQ
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll at the...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll at the start of his trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXWE
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXVW
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXVY
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXVX
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXVU
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXVK
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll at the...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll at the start of his trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXTM
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXR9
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXR2
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXQN
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXQM
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXQO
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXOU
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YXOW
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/LAWSUIT
RTS38VRK
May 25, 2020
Trial observers and representatives of the press sit in a courtroom, before the ruling in a Volkswagen...
Karlsruhe, Germany
German court rules on Volkswagen manipulated diesel engines in Karlsruhe
Trial observers and representatives of the press sit in a courtroom, before the ruling in a Volkswagen Diesel case, at the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe, Germany, May 25, 2020. Thorsten Gutschalk/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/LAWSUIT
RTS38VRG
May 25, 2020
Plaintiff Herbert Gilbert is seen in a courtroom, before the ruling in a Volkswagen Diesel case, at the...
Karlsruhe, Germany
German court rules on Volkswagen manipulated diesel engines in Karlsruhe
Plaintiff Herbert Gilbert is seen in a courtroom, before the ruling in a Volkswagen Diesel case, at the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe, Germany, May 25, 2020. Thorsten Gutschalk/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/LAWSUIT
RTS38VQQ
May 25, 2020
Judges Stefanie Roloff, Vera von Pentz, Stephan Seiters (Chairman), Christiane Oehler and Oliver Klein...
Karlsruhe, Germany
German court rules on Volkswagen manipulated diesel engines in Karlsruhe
Judges Stefanie Roloff, Vera von Pentz, Stephan Seiters (Chairman), Christiane Oehler and Oliver Klein (L-R) arrive for the ruling in a Volkswagen Diesel case, at the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe, Germany, May 25, 2020. Thorsten Gutschalk/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/LAWSUIT
RTS38VQJ
May 25, 2020
Plaintiff Herbert Gilbert is seen in a courtroom, as the judges (L-R) Stefanie Roloff, Vera von Pentz,...
Karlsruhe, Germany
German court rules on Volkswagen manipulated diesel engines in Karlsruhe
Plaintiff Herbert Gilbert is seen in a courtroom, as the judges (L-R) Stefanie Roloff, Vera von Pentz, Stephan Seiters (Chairman), Christiane Oehler and Oliver Klein arrive, for the ruling in a Volkswagen Diesel case, at the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe, Germany, May 25, 2020. Thorsten Gutschalk/Pool via REUTERS
DAIMLER-AGM/
RTX6W176
May 22, 2019
A diesel engine is pictured at the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2019....
Berlin, Germany
Daimler AG annual shareholder meeting in Berlin
A diesel engine is pictured at the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
DAIMLER-AGM/
RTX6W170
May 22, 2019
A diesel engine is pictured at the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2019....
Berlin, Germany
Daimler AG annual shareholder meeting in Berlin
A diesel engine is pictured at the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
DAIMLER-AGM/
RTX6W16Z
May 22, 2019
A diesel engine is pictured at the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2019....
Berlin, Germany
Daimler AG annual shareholder meeting in Berlin
A diesel engine is pictured at the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FAJW
October 16, 2018
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau,...
Hanau, Germany
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FADX
October 16, 2018
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau,...
Hanau, Germany
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FADW
October 16, 2018
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau,...
Hanau, Germany
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FADV
October 16, 2018
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau,...
Hanau, Germany
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau
Front of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured at a car wash in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FADD
October 16, 2018
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16,...
Hanau, Germany
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FADB
October 16, 2018
The refill connector of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau,...
Hanau, Germany
The refill connector of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau
The refill connector of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FADA
October 16, 2018
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16,...
Hanau, Germany
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FAD9
October 16, 2018
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16,...
Hanau, Germany
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau
The engine of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX6FAD6
October 16, 2018
The refill connector of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau,...
Hanau, Germany
The refill connector of an A6 model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau
The refill connector of an A6 TDI diesel model of German car manufacturer Audi is pictured in Hanau, Germany, October 16, 2018. German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927.12 million) for violations tied to six and eight-cylinder Diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
AUTOSHOW-HANOVER/
RTS21YW5
September 19, 2018
Visitors are seen behind an OM 471 6-cylinder diesel engine of German truck maker Mercedes-Benz at the...
Hanover, Germany
Visitors are seen behind an OM 471 6-cylinder diesel engine of German truck maker Mercedes-Benz at the...
Visitors are seen behind an OM 471 6-cylinder diesel engine of German truck maker Mercedes-Benz at the IAA truck trade fair in Hanover, Germany September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
AUTOSHOW-HANOVER/
RTS21YW0
September 19, 2018
Visitors are seen behind an OM 473 6-cylinder diesel engine of German truck maker Mercedes-Benz at the...
Hanover, Germany
Visitors are seen behind an OM 473 6-cylinder diesel engine of German truck maker Mercedes-Benz at the...
Visitors are seen behind an OM 473 6-cylinder diesel engine of German truck maker Mercedes-Benz at the IAA truck trade fair in Hanover, Germany September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
FRANCE-SHIPPING/
RTS2062G
September 05, 2018
A crew member works on the diesel engine onboard the CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery container ship...
Le Havre, France
A crew member works on the diesel engine onboard the CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery container ship...
A crew member works on the diesel engine onboard the CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery container ship as it sits docked in Le Havre, France September 5, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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