Volkswagen’s diesel cars have become increasingly toxic in the U.K., where the emissions scandal has caused outrage.
Volkswagen said on Tuesday that it will stop selling the luxury vehicles in the country until the issue is resolved.
The announcement comes less than a week after Volkswagen announced a $13.4 billion restructuring plan to focus on improving the diesel cars.
In addition, the company will stop using catalytic converters in the vehicles and is also going to limit the number of catalytic converter cars in the market.
The U.B.E. government has also ordered VW to remove the car’s “Coke” logo from the back of the cars.
The company will also be forced to make the cars safer for consumers, and its car brand will be renamed, “VW.”
Volkswagen said that it is committed to improving the quality of the products and will continue to invest in this area.
It is also seeking to improve the safety of its diesel cars through the introduction of new technologies such as self-driving technology and other safety measures.
The Volkswagen brand was founded in 1972, and it has more than 7,000 dealers worldwide.
The automaker has been struggling in recent years due to a wide range of scandals in the United Kingdom.
The scandal has triggered a wave of protests and the cancellation of VW’s planned $16 billion U.N. climate change summit in September.
VW said that the U.”s decision to withdraw from the U .
K. and withdraw from international events will have a positive impact on the company, as it will help to raise awareness of the issue of emissions and fuel economy, and thus encourage further action.”