Volkswagen is in for a bumpy ride as it tries to return to normality in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. It had begun restarting its Wolfsburg plant - the world's largest auto manufacturing facility - from 27 April with added precautions to protect its nearly 8,000 staff. However, it has now been forced to pause production of some key models in response to flagging demand for new vehicles in Europe where many are still sheltering to limit the spread of COVID-19.