A picture taken on February 21, 2018 shows exhaust gases pouring out of from the exhaust pipe of a BMW diesel engine car at a garage in Wickede, eastern Germany./ AFP / dpa / Ina Fassbender
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German high-end carmaker BMW on Friday recalled thousands of diesel cars for a software update, after reports it had admitted to authorities they released more harmful emissions on the road than in the lab.Suspicion fell on the entire German car industry after Volkswagen, parent company of BMW competitor Audi, admitted in September 2011 that it deliberately built such "defeat device" software into 11 million cars worldwide.But BMW has so far been able to trumpet clean diesel credentials.
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