Germany will review emissions and fuel usage of Volkswagen group diesel vehicles in a second round of testing to be conducted after the manufacturer installs fixes for the engines.
According to German Newspaper Die Welt, the results of the test including raw data will be published in full in a bid to to ensure transparency. However, the report did not specify when the test would be carried out .
VW has said it has the approval of Germany's motoring watchdog for fixes for more than 90 percent of the affected cars, including models with 1.6-liter and 2-liter engines.
The emission scandal came to light in September when Volkswagen admitted that it had cheated U.S. emissions tests by installing cheating software in around 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide.