German auto giant Volkswagen said Tuesday that 1.8 million of its commercial vehicles worldwide are fitted with the sophisticated software enabling them to cheat emission tests.
A company spokesman said the number is part of the 11 million vehicles worldwide that VW has said are affected by the scandal, as the world's biggest carmaker slides deeper into its worst-ever crisis.
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