Heads have rolled as Volkswagen's CEO resigns. Senior executives continue to huddle in crisis meetings at the car manufacturer's German headquarters.
The company has admitted to intentionally fitting 11 million diesel cars with devices designed to cheat emission test results.
But more importantly the scandal has cost Volkswagen a loss of faith in the brand. Earning back consumer trust will not be easy.
How is the rest of the global automobile industry affected? And what about the true pollution levels?
Presenter: Mike Hanna
Nick Gibbs, correspondent for Automotive News Europe
Niel Bowerman, researcher of Climate Physics at Oxford University
Axel Friedrich, former head of transportation in Germany
Source: Al Jazeera