New Volkswagen boss says supporting customers 'top priority'

New Volkswagen boss says supporting customers 'top priority'

The new Volkswagen boss Matthias Müller has said his top priority is supporting customers affected by the emissions scandal.

Matthias Müller has announced five key steps to re-align the Group.

As well as customer support, Mr Muller has said he will drive forward and complete the investigation into what happened, adding that those responsible must face severe consequence.

He is introducing new structures in the VW group including a review of more than 300 models across its brands.

The new Group strategy, covering up to 2025, will be unveiled next year.

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