FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Volkswagen (DE:) is resuming deliveries of its Golf 8 model after fixing a software glitch, a spokesman said on Thursday.
The German automaker halted deliveries of the popular model last month after discovering the problem in the software, which enabled emergency calls, a function required by E.U. regulations since 2018.
Union officials had criticised the defect as one of a string of management lapses that had damaged the carmaker’s reputation and put jobs at risk.
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