Posted November 20, 2018 06:04:23The air pollution problem in Germany is becoming more severe every day, with an average of 15,000 premature deaths per day.
In the city of Munich alone, more than 30,000 deaths per year are attributed to air pollution.
But one of the biggest risks is not from the air pollution itself but from the diesel-powered cars driving on the roads.
German automakers are struggling to cope with the problem.
Volkswagen, the world’s largest carmaker, has already recalled more than a million cars from the country’s roads and plans to recall even more, the company said in a statement.
The German government has also taken action to limit the number of vehicles on the road, including banning cars from being driven on public roads and restricting the amount of time that they can stay on the roadway.
Volkswagen, which is owned by German auto maker Volkswagen AG, is trying to find a solution to the air quality problem by increasing the number and speed of its diesel cars.
In response, German regulators have been looking into ways to regulate the diesel industry.
Volkswagen’s CEO Matthias Mueller said last month that the company would be considering new measures to tackle the problem, according to Reuters.
The company also plans to reduce the amount and speed at which its diesel vehicles are driven.
In Germany, diesel cars account for roughly a quarter of all new vehicle sales.
Volkingmund, the largest car brand in Germany, is taking the lead in implementing new measures.
According to a report by the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel, the Volkswagen Group plans to introduce a new model in 2019 called the Volkswagen Passat, which will be equipped with an electric drivetrain that is less expensive and easier to operate than diesel cars in the United States.
The new Passat will come with a battery pack that will last around a year, and the company also announced that it will launch an electric vehicle called the Passat Efficient, which the company hopes will be able to reach 100 kilometers per charge in about two hours.
The Passat and the new Efficient will both have a hybrid system that combines electric motors and a diesel engine.
Volkswagen says it hopes to offer electric vehicles for the first time in 2020.
The diesel industry is also struggling to control the pollution problem.
In 2015, Volkswagen admitted that its diesel engine in some cars had an unusually high level of particulate matter, a pollutant that can cause heart attacks, respiratory diseases and respiratory problems.
Volkswagen said that it would install a new control valve to lower emissions in the Dieselgate scandal.
Volkswagen is also testing its air-conditioning systems and hopes to roll out a new air-purifying system in 2019.
The German government is also considering measures that could make diesel cars less appealing to young people.
In 2018, Volkswagen said it would introduce a car that can be bought for around $40,000.
The car will be a compact model that will have a range of about 200 kilometers.
The company is also planning to introduce its new Audi S4 sedan that will offer a range between 400 and 500 kilometers.
The problem of air pollution is only going to get worse in Germany in the future.
According a new study from the European Environment Agency, air pollution levels will increase by at least 20 percent by 2025.