BERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) - German authorities have raided
Hyundai and Kia due to suspicions that
they put over 210,000 diesel vehicles with suspected illegal
defeat devices onto the road, the Frankfurt state prosecutor's
office said on Tuesday.
The engine software is thought to have come from parts
companies Bosch, and Delphi, which today is owned by
the Borgwarner group, according to a statement.
Authorities searched business premises at eight properties
in Germany and Luxembourg in an operation coordinated by the
European Union agency Eurojust.
(Writing by Rachel More
Editing by Madeline Chambers)