A US Federal judge has extended his deadline for Volkswagen and Federal authorities to come to an agreement on a fix for around 600,000 vehicle affected by the missions scandal.
US District Judge Charles Breyer was informed that US emissions authorities and Volkswagen had made progress on a fix but that no settlement had been agreed to.
Breyer has given the two sides one more month till April 21 to hash out an agreement. Breyer warned both sides if they did not find a suitable solution, he would take the case to trial.
The Volkswagen Emissions Scandal came to light in September 2015 when German carmaker Volkswagen admitted to using defeat devices in its vehicle that helped them to cheat on their emissions tests.