In a narrow escape from what could have attracted similar consequences as faced by Volkswagen and Daimler, German auto giant BMW has been subjected to a fine of about 10 million euros to absolve itself from the scandalous diesel emission violation in Germany.

German investigative Agencies who followed up the matter for over six months have now wrapped up the investigation by imposing a fine of nearly 10 million euros on the Bavarian automaker.

The state’s investigation department determined that the 7,600 vehicles of BMW which were implicated in the dieselgate were accidentally outfitted with diesel emission manipulation devices

Considering other auto giants which faced similar charges BMW has narrowly escaped what could what could have possibly taken a much serious toll similar to Volkswagen which has paid about 25 million Dollars and Pounds in the US and Germany and Daimler who is anticipating billions as compensation, and similarly with Audi CEO Rupert Stadler who is currently in jail.

This news comes Volkswagen and Daimler who are subjected to similar charges had to recall hundreds of thousands of cars with the diesel defeat devices

The state’s investigation department determined that the 7,600 vehicles of BMW which were implicated in the dieselgate were accidentally outfitted with diesel emission manipulation devices which were a sloppy work than rather than an intentional deception.

This news comes Volkswagen and Daimler who are subjected to similar charges had to recall hundreds of thousands of cars with the diesel defeat devices. BMW share price dropped by 6 % in the first half of this year after accusations against the company regarding diesel emission violations surfaced.