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The Justice Department is reportedly trying to reach a settlement with Volkswagen by January, with the government assessing how much of a criminal fine it can extract from the German auto giant without putting it out of business.
Audi development chief Stefan Knirsch left the manufacturer this week after a probe showed he was aware of the emissions-cheating device when he took the job less than 10 months ago.
Plans include converting current generation six-speed transmission lines to next-generation eight-speed transmission lines.
The lawsuit comes more than a year after Apple Inc., Google and other Silicon Valley technology companies reached a $415 million settlement over similar claims on behalf of 64,000 employees.
“The mountain is moving,” Volkswagen CFO Frank Witter said in his first extended interview since taking the job in October. “Maybe not as fast as I’d wish as CFO, but it’s moving.”