Daimler, BMW, and VW team up to avoid ban on diesel

To avoid a ban on diesel cars in urban areas, the three major German auto manufacturers are joining forces to update the software in more than five million diesel vehicles.

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At an emergency meeting in Berlin, a deal was made between the three major German auto manufacturers: Daimler, BMW, and Volkswagen.

The deal is a reaction to German states weighing a ban on diesel cars, reports Bloomberg.

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