Subsidiaries of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), in Germany, Italy, and Switzerland, have been discovered, reported to the public prosecutor's office of Frankfurt, on Wednesday. FCA confirmed the raids and said to cooperate with the international investigation.
Also, to CNH Industrial, the maker of Iveco trucks, have launched raids. The study, which is being co-ordinated by the European agency Eurojust, has been focused on the actions of nine individuals, from 2014 to 2019.
They are suspected of being involved in the application of the sjoemelsoftware in the diesel engines of the FCA. These engines are used in vehicles Alfa Romeo, Fiat, and Jeep. In addition, they are to be found in commercial vehicles, Iveco.
According to the German prosecutor's office in Germany, there are approximately 200,000 vehicles to be suspicious. In Italy, during a parallel investigation under the supervision of the public prosecutor's office of Turin, italy. In the Uk, the authorities are enabled, notifies the Eurojust's tasks.
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