FRANKFURT -- Volkswagen is resuming deliveries of the new Golf model after fixing a software glitch, a VW spokesman said on Thursday.
VW halted deliveries of the model last month after discovering a problem in the software, which enables emergency calls, a function required by EU regulations since 2018. VW said the problem could lead to the unreliable data transmission.
A VW spokesman told the Handelsblatt business paper that the error had been found. The cars affected will now receive a software update that will eliminate the error, the paper said.