German Transport Ministry orders investigation of Porsche emissions

Due to VW's emissions scandal Porsche will stop selling one of its best-selling SUVs

The German Transport Ministry has asked the KBA watchdog firm to analyze the emissions of automaker Porsche, a ministry representative stated on Monday following a vital media report.

German newsmagazine Der Spiegel reported on Friday that diesel designs of Porsche’s Cayenne V6 TDI, an SUV model, had much greater emissions than lawfully permitted.

The company stated it did not comprehend the test results, and noted that emissions depend on conditions such as engine load, speed and temperature level.

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