German carmaker swaps drivers.
Karl Thomas Neumann
In a meeting with German regulators, Opel says that, well, yes, it does use emissions-adjusting software, but that this software is totally legal.
Deutsche Umwelthilfe claims it tested emissions from some Opel cars and now has questions about the company's figures.
How things change. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Opel might just break even next year. This is kind of a big deal, largely because Opel has been arguably the most troubled branch both in General Motors' portfolio and in all of Europe.