Emissions manipulation in the C and G series of German carmaker Mercedes will cost Mercedes a lot. According to a report in the Der Spiegel magazine, Federal Transportation Minister Andreas Scheuer has reported that Mercedes will demand a 5,000 euro penalty for every emission manipulation vehicle.

While the federal government has increased pressure on Daimler, Minister of Transport Andreas Scheuer said last week that he had met with Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of Daimler, and told him that 750,000 Mercedes had a system that did not meet norms in his exhausts and that he would be sentenced to 5,000 euros per vehicle He said it would cost 3.75 billion euros to Daimler.


The Federal Motor Vehicles Agency announced on May 23 that the Mercedes C and G models and Vito's exhaust system on light commercial vehicles were harmful to the environment and human health, and Daimler had not accepted this claim. On top of this, Mercedes' C and G models were required to observe the exhaust system.

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