Saturday, November 19, 2016

VW boss criticized Concerned the diesel scandal – FAZ – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Matthias Müller has taken over as a result of the exhaust gas scandal, the rudder in Wolfsburg from the outgoing VW CEO Martin Winterkorn.

Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller does not see to pay from the diesel scandal affected VW customers in Europe, a similar compensation as in America. “You can’t have the scissors over a comb, because the initial situation is completely different,” said Muller in an Interview with the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sunday newspaper”.

Georg Meck author: Georg Meck, Deputy head of the economy and the “money & More” the Frankfurt General Sunday newspaper.

“The customers in Europe is not a disadvantage, neither the consumption nor the handling characteristics. And if I may add,” Müller continued: “On the one hand, many criticize the American legislation in other contexts, see TTIP. But when it comes to draw benefits from it, seems to be the American right to be the right way."

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F. A. S. More on this in the Sunday newspaper from the 20.11.2016. On the eve in the F. A. S. App and as an E-Paper.

With harsh words, the Manager defends himself against accusations, the German car industry have overslept electric mobility: “On offer it, but at the demand of the lack: On the one hand, think and act in a lot of German in everyday life, green when mobility comes to E -, we have, as a consumer tip of a Finger.” So he did not understand this “paradoxical phenomenon”.

In the F. A. S. Interview, the VW chief also defends the announced cancellation of 30,000. “The Volkswagen group and, in particular, the VW brand has set the fat in the success of years,” said Matthias Müller. Therefore, there is a need for “a slimming diet, we take a now – socially acceptable.” Also have identified Volkswagen.


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