Ever since the so-called “Dieselgate” Volkswagen’s reputation and sales have taken a serious hit. Since the discovery of fraud with the laboratory emission tests, Volkswagen has been making efforts to save itself from ruin. This includes making a deal with the US government which among others states that Volkswagen has to drastically change its diesel strategy and reduce emissions. In other words, they have to go green with electric cars.
Recently the car manufacturer specified how they plan to achieve
the agreed upon greener strategy. Volkswagen wants to sell 1 million electric cars every year by 2025. In order to achieve this, they plan to have a range of 20 electric models by 2020. This green range not only includes fully electric cars, but plug-in hybrids as well. They will be spread across the different brands of the Group and will not be limited to Volkswagen itself. Maybe by going green the brand hopes to make up for their contribution to pollution. We’ll have to wait and see whether they will succeed in going green with electric cars and whether buyers will forgive them the whole Dieselgate thing. I’m doubtful, but maybe you feel differently.
But whether you have been affected, directly or indirectly, by the Dieselgate scandal or not you can make your car better and safer by equipping it with Travall pet barriers.