There's been another government raid over diesel emissions cheating. German prosecutors in Ruesselsheim and Kaiserslautern raided Opel offices earlier today in the latest probe.

Authorities are investigating 95,000 vehicles to see if they're using exhaust management software to manipulate emissions, Reuters reports the Frankfurt prosecutor's office as saying. Those are engines used in the Opel Insignia, Zafira, and Cascada models the office confirmed.

"Opel confirms that the public prosecutor's office of Frankfurt is conducting investigations in the course of preliminary proceedings on emissions at the sites in Ruesselsheim and Kaiserslautern," the automaker said in a statement. "We cannot comment on details concerning the ongoing investigation at this moment in time. The company is fully cooperating with the authorities. Opel reaffirms that its vehicles comply with the applicable regulations."

PSA Group, which took ownership of Opel last year, declined comment to Reuters on the latest investigation.

Opel admitted to its Zafira model containing emissions software that would turn off exhaust treatment systems in certain situations. It said in 2016 that those functions were a legal loophole.

[source: Reuters]