85.7% say they would watch a Leonardo-produced movie of the Volkswagen scandal

Most readers would watch a movie of Volkswagen scandal produced by Leonardo DiCaprio.

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The auto manufacturing industry has been rocked by the Volkswagen diesel scandal.

A scandal so huge, Leonardo DiCaprio's production company, Appian Way, has acquired it's movie rights.

Also, New York Times journalist, Jack Ewing, is currently writing a book about the scandal dubbed 'the Too Big To Fail of the auto industry'.

Readers were asked if they would watch a movie of the scandal produced by Leonardo.

Most(85.7%) said they would while the minority(14.28%) voted against.

Concerning Volkswagen's scandal, the German automanufacturing company has found a way to stay relevant.

Herbert Diess, an executive, revealed that Volkswagen is geared towards designing electric cars.

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