Bloomberg News report
BERLIN (Sept. 28, 2015) — Audi A.G. said 2.1 million of its diesel-powered cars, including best-sellers such as the A4 sedan and Q5 sport-utility vehicle, are equipped with software implicated in an emissions-testing scandal that has engulfed parent company Volkswagen Group.
“We are working at full speed to find a technical solution,” said Audi spokesman Juergen de Graeve. “Once we have that solution, we will write to customers and we will upgrade the cars so that they are within emissions regulations.
About 1.42 million Audi vehicles with Euro 5 diesel engines are affected in Western Europe, with 577,000 in Germany and almost 13,000 in the U.S., Audi said.