Italian supercar maker affected by Volkswagen's diesel scandal

Lamborghini is the latest carmaker to be affected by the Volkswagen diesel scandal.

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Lamborghini has joined the growing list of automanufacturers who have been affected by Volkswagen's diesel scandal.

Although, Lambos do not have diesels and should not be involved, a recent report has found issues with the executives.

Last week, Lamborghini’s headquarters was raided by Italian authorities in order to find possible links between the executives and the Volkswagen scandal.

Not much is known about Lamborghini's involvement with Volkswagen.

However, the Italian supercar maker has stated that it is "cooperating closely with the authorities."

The automaker revealed that 2.1 million cars have been affected.

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