What do you suppose Volkswagen is going to do to fix this situation (granted it could take a few years)? Does anyone have any idea what kind of corrective action VW will take to fix 450k+ vehicles in the US? Do you believe $7.4 billion dollars will be enough? Is it even plausible to think they could retrofit EVERY affected model with a urea injection system or more emission devices or something of the like? Software fix? Even the cars that haven't been sold yet sitting in dealership lots? It seems like such a monumentous task and it pains me (and I'm sure others) that we have a 50mpg torque monster paper weight in our garages and driveways. I love my car it's been extremely reliable and has never let me down, it would be a shame if we had to take a loss and eat 20 grand for something that cannot be used. Will we be grandfathered in to be able to keep registering and inspecting our vehicles to continue to drive them even though they do not meet EPA standards? There just isn't enough information this early on to even conceive what VW is going to do to fix this... Anybody have any thoughts?