Employees at a Mercedes-Benz factory in Germany are under investigation for deliberately producing defective cars, prosecutors
Several workers at the Daimler plant in Sindelfingen are suspected of having manipulated the vehicles so that an external repair firm
could be called in to fix them, prosecutors said.
The men, who were employed in the quality control department, were reportedly rewarded with expensive gifts and trips for their actions,
which cost the carmaker millions of euros.