Volkswagen's former executive Martin Winterkorn charged with conspiracy, fraud over emissions scandal
Winterkorn is Volkswagen's highest-ranking executive to be charged in a probe into the German company, which "deceived American regulators and defrauded American consumers for years,
Mercedes-Daimler prototype a visible sign that German Auto market is taking long to adopt electric vehicles
Daimler's EQ brand will hit the road at the end of the decade, a sign of how slow Germany has been to embrace electric vehicles and associated technology.
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.
A federal judge in Detroit on Friday sentenced Volkswagen AG to three years' probation and independent oversight for the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal
Dealers will receive an average of $1.85 million which will be paid over 18 months
The paper said the device, which was not the same as the one which triggered last year's diesel emissions scandal at Audi parent Volkswagen
While Volkswagen earlier attributed the delay with approvals from the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), it has now been confirmed that the process has begun with the Skoda Superb.
The carmaker is being sued for alleged emissions fraud involving over 57,000 vehicles
Volkswagen to buy back 85 per cent of the 4,75,000 affected vehicles with the 2.0 TDI engine by June 2019
We drive Volkswagen's latest offerings, the Tiguan and the Passat GTE, and find out what makes them so promising for India
Volkswagen's green offering is the Passat GTE; should reach Indian shores end of 2016
The company is in talks with the US Justice Department, EPA and CARB to decide a settlement plan
Volkswagen says that Martin Winterkorn was first informed about the emissions cheating device in May 2014
Environmental Protection Agency directs carmaker to build charging stations for EVs across US
Due to differences between the brand and the authorities, the claims will take more than 60 to 90 days to settle, says VW-appointed attorney
US regulators rejected the proposed plan to fix vehicles equipped with Volkswagen’s 2.0-litre diesel engine
Premium brands under the company might be the first to go
If you have an EA 189 engine running in your car, expect a call from Volkswagen anytime starting from the first quarter of 2016