Volkswagen’s sports car brand Porsche will recall around 60,000 diesel Macan and Cayenne vehicles at the request of Germany’s KBA automotive regulator, Reuters reports, citing Der Spiegel.

The two models, equipped with the latest Euro-6 diesel engine generation, were reportedly fitted with more so-called defeat devices which are capable of reducing emissions in lab tests.

Earlier this year, Porsche recalled six-cylinder Macan models to update emissions-control software in order to avoid a regulatory ban on sales.

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