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Volkswagen denies allegations that its chairman knew about emissions cheating beforehand
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Volkswagen denies allegations that its chairman knew about emissions cheating beforehand

Volkswagen said in a statement on Sunday that it had been aware of the allegations for some time.

Dieselgate: Court orders top Volkswagen shareholder to pay damages to investors over handling of emissions scandal
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Dieselgate: Court orders top Volkswagen shareholder to pay damages to investors over handling of emissions scandal

The 2015 revelation sent the value of the Volkswagen's stock plunging more than 40 percent and Porsche SE's 30 percent in the following days.

EU wants to cut CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 40 percent by 2030
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EU wants to cut CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 40 percent by 2030

CO2 emissions have become a big issue in Europe since Volkswagen's scandal in September 2015.

Porsche becomes first German automobile company to abandon diesel engines
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Porsche becomes first German automobile company to abandon diesel engines

"There won't be any Porsche diesels in the future," said company CEO Oliver Blume in a statement.

Former Volkswagen chief delayed addressing US emission test cheating case: US Judge
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Former Volkswagen chief delayed addressing US emission test cheating case: US Judge

The question of who knew what, and when, will be vital in determining the outcome of the suit.

Volkswagen's core brand to back out of the Paris Motor Show to cut down on excessive costs
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Volkswagen's core brand to back out of the Paris Motor Show to cut down on excessive costs

Volkswagen has scaled back brand presentations at traditional car shows, including Detroit and Frankfurt since the VW emissions scandal erupted in 2015.

VW's emission woes are not over yet, Audi finds problems in 60,000 more cars
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VW's emission woes are not over yet, Audi finds problems in 60,000 more cars

Audi said it had stopped deliveries of A6 and A7 models with a certain type of diesel engine after finding a previously unidentified problem with emissions software.

Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda
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Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda

Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda.

Volkswagen to move ahead in securing cobalt supplies to gear up for shift to electric cars
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Volkswagen to move ahead in securing cobalt supplies to gear up for shift to electric cars

Volkswagen decided on the strategic shift to electric vehicles (EVs) after it was engulfed in the “dieselgate” scandal.

Greenpeace activists attempt to stop a consignment of
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Greenpeace activists attempt to stop a consignment of "toxic" Volkswagen diesel cars to UK

Greenpeace said its volunteers had used kayaks and boats to board the ship in the Thames Estuary.

Volkswagen to offer 'at least one' electrified version of its 300 models by 2030
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Volkswagen to offer 'at least one' electrified version of its 300 models by 2030

By the end of next decade, Volkswagen vows to offer "at least one electrified version of each of the 300 or so group models", the firm said in a statement.

German Federal Motor authority censored the 'dieselgate' reports of domestic carmakers
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German Federal Motor authority censored the 'dieselgate' reports of domestic carmakers

Germany already knew over a year ago that Porsche had installed illicit software to falsify the emission levels of its diesel vehicles in test settings,

Volkswagen board is not supporting its proposed sale of Ducati and transmission maker Renk
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Volkswagen board is not supporting its proposed sale of Ducati and transmission maker Renk

Volkswagen's planned sale of motorcycle brand Ducati and transmissions maker Renk has currently no majority backing on the carmaker's supervisory board.

Audi to cut costs by 10 billion euros by 2022 to fund a shift to electric cars
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Audi to cut costs by 10 billion euros by 2022 to fund a shift to electric cars

Audi, Volkswagen's main profit driver, plans to bring five new all-electric models to market in coming years, starting with the e-tron sport-utility vehicle.

EU ministers agree to draft new rules to avoid another Volkswagen Emission Scandal
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EU ministers agree to draft new rules to avoid another Volkswagen Emission Scandal

The EU rules are a response to the 2015 dieselgate scandal when Volkswagen was found to have used software to cheat US diesel emission tests.

VW's Dieselgate: Lawmakers to question German Chancellor Angela Merkel over role in scandal
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VW's Dieselgate: Lawmakers to question German Chancellor Angela Merkel over role in scandal

German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces on Wednesday a grilling by lawmakers investigating if her government shielded Volkswagen from regulators despite knowing the auto giant was carrying out emissions cheating.

Volkswagen AG and Robert Bosch agree to pay $1.6 billion to settle dieselgate scandal
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Volkswagen AG and Robert Bosch agree to pay $1.6 billion to settle dieselgate scandal

If the U.S. regulators reject Volkswagen's fix, the carmaker could end up paying around $4.04 billion

Image gallery: 2016 Toyota Fortuner review
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Image gallery: 2016 Toyota Fortuner review

Here is a look at the new-gen Toyota Fortuner through images

2016 Toyota Fortuner first drive review
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2016 Toyota Fortuner first drive review

The all-new Fortuner builds on all the things the previous-gen SUV did without really doing anything revolutionarily new

2016 Paris Motor Show: Bentley and Lamborghini will not participate
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2016 Paris Motor Show: Bentley and Lamborghini will not participate

Bentley says that it wants to focus on smaller events while Lamborghini is revising strategy pertaining to which auto shows to attend