A Volkswagen VW Golf test vehicle featuring Bosch's new diesel technology is seen at the Bosch factory in Stuttgart, Germany April 17, 2018. REUTERS/Michael Dalder/File Photo
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German auto supplier Robert Bosch announced Wednesday a new code of conduct for staff and improved exhaust control technology, as it strives to draw a line under an emissions scandal that has tarnished the diesel car industry.Prosecutors in Stuttgart are probing several car brands and supplier Bosch for their suspected roles in using an engine control unit, EDC17, to cheat exhaust emissions tests.The new system costs roughly the same as a sophisticated exhaust filter system included in high-end diesel vehicles, Bosch said.Electric cars will not become a mass market phenomenon until at least 2020, Bosch said.
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