What are the government bureaucrats in Washington going to do regarding the Toyota witch hunt? Pretty much what you’d expect:
What was the outcome of all of those unintended acceleration claims made against Audi in the mid-1980s?
Indeed, per car sold the Audi 5000 had 40 times the sudden acceleration complaints Toyota has received. Yet a later NHTSA study, along with others in Canada and Japan, found every one to be groundless.
And what will become of all the claims against Toyota? Years down the road after all of the lawsuits and fines and loss in sales and reputation, those too will prove to be spurious.