Volkswagen has released information on the final three vehicles to be re-tested in the wake of the CO2 emissions scandal.
In November 2015 it was found that some VW Group cars did not meet their stated CO2 emissions targets, and by December it was revealed that nine cars would need to be reclassified, although only six are sold in the UK.
Updated figures for the second batch of vehicles have now been released.
The CO2 figure for the Golf Estate SE 2.0 150 TDI manual has risen from 108g to 110g/km, while the figure for the GT version of the same car has risen from 110g to 112g/km.
The Passat was tested in estate and saloon form in GT and R-Line spec. The CO2 output of the Passat Estate 2.0 TDI 240 DSG grows from 140g to 146g/km, while 5g has been added to the Passat Saloon 2.0 TDI 240 DSG's original 139g/km rating.
The final car in the latest re-test results is the Scirocco in GT, GT Black Edition, R-Line, R-Line Black Edition trim, with the 2.0 TDI 184 manual drivetrain. It saw the biggest increase in CO2 output, growing its original 115g/km rating to 124g/km.
In last month's tests, the Golf Cabriolet 2.0 TDI 110 in S and SE specifications saw CO2 rise from 111g/km to 117g/km.
The Jetta 2.0 TDI 110 manual in S, SE and GT forms saw CO2 emissions reclassified to 109g/km, up from 105g/km. Meanwhile, the Golf 2.0 TDI 150 manual in Match Edition form was reclassified to 109g/km from 106g/km.