More resignations expected at Volkswagen

CEO is just the first to fall, board member says

Volkswagen ornaments sit in a box in a scrap yard in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. The revelation that Volkswagen rigged diesel-powered cars to emit lower emissions during EPA tests is particularly stunning since Volkswagen has long projected a quirky brand image with an emphasis on being environmentally friendly _ an image that now appears in tatters. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
photo Volkswagen ornaments sit in a box in a scrap yard in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. The revelation that Volkswagen rigged diesel-powered cars to emit lower emissions during EPA tests is particularly stunning since Volkswagen has long projected a quirky brand image with an emphasis on being environmentally friendly _ an image that now appears in tatters. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

A member of Volkswagen's supervisory board says he expects further resignations at the automaker after a global scandal over rigged U.S. emissions tests.

Olaf Lies, economy and transport minister of VW's home state Lower Saxony, which holds a 20 percent stake in the company, said the investigation into the scandal was only just starting.

"There