"We're working to make things right," the ad reads in bold letters. "As we work tirelessly to develop a remedy, we ask for your continued patience."
The ad also mentions the company's "goodwill package," which gives owners of affected 2.0L TDI vehicles a $500 Volkswagen Prepaid Visa card, a $500 Dealership card and 24-hour Roadside Assistance for three years.
The ad and the goodwill program aren't likely a good enough apology to cover all the depreciated vehicles or the excess emissions pumped into the atmosphere, but right now that's all the company's offering.
Volkswagen admitted to installing devices to cheat emissions tests on 11 million diesel vehicles globally, but only after the scandal was uncovered by the EPA in September.
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