Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

A VW badge is seen through torn wrapping as a Volkswagen Golf is delivered to a car dealership in Portslade near Brighton in southern England. Luke MacGregor / Reuters

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

The logo of German car maker Volkswagen covered in mud as it stands on a construction site in Calden near Hanover. Uwe Zucchi / DPA / AFP

Above, a logo on Volkswagen a car being covered by a protecting hood in Hanover. Julian Stratenschulte / DPA / AFP


Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

A damaged Volkswagen car ready to be scrapped sits at a junkyard in Hanover. Julian Stratenschulte / DPA / AFP

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

The VW logo is fixed on a wall at the Frankfurt car show in Germany this week. Michael Probst / AP Photo

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

Above, Volkswagen cars on display at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York. Shannon Stapleton / Reuters

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

Above, the logos of German carmaker Volkswagen is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York. Shannon Stapleton / Reuters

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

A dilapidated Volkswagen T1 van, built in 1951, sits at a workshop in Hanover, Germany that specialises in restoring vintage Transporter vans. John Macdougall / AFP

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

Guests take part in the unveiling of the 2016 Volkswagen Passat in New York on Monday, September 21, 2015. Darren Ornitz / Reuters

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

Above, a logo of a Volkswagen dealership in Pasadena, California. Diesel versions of the popular Beetle, Golf, Jetta and Passat comprise more than a quarter of the brand’s sales in the United States. Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

Volkswagen plays dirty on US clean air regulations – in pictures

A Volkswagen employee picks up a logo to be fitted on the VW Tiguan and Touran models in Wolfsburg, central Germany. Odd Andersen / AFP

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