Although the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal is winding down in the United States, in Europe, it is driving forward with as much fury as it has ever had.
One automaker whose name keeps cropping up with new entries in the super-red-hot crossover market is Audi.
For the 74th consecutive month, Audi sales remained high, setting a new record. Indeed, the automaker achieved a new February sales record, outpacing the former record, set last year.
Lately, things have been going fairly well for Volkswagen. Following 2015 which saw the automaker smash up on the rocks of a diesel emissions scandal of its making.
Maintaining his lock on second place in the Formula E standings, Audi driver Lucas di Grassi took third place last weekend in Buenos Aires.
Following a bombshell report Monday in Der Spiegel that Audi’s chief exec, Rupert Stadler, knew the details of the emissions rigging scandal as long ago as 2012, Volkswagen fired four diesel engine
There’s an old poem that includes the phrase “Oh what a tangled web we weave…” It ends with the word deceive.
When the 2018 Audi A6 hits the road early next year look Audi to make it different than its siblings, the A4 and A8. Auto spies saw the camo-bedecked A6 tooling around German roads recently.
Slowly, the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal continues to move toward its climax. On Tuesday, U.S.
Let me start by saying that if you’re interested in Audi’s, big horsepower, luxurious interiors and neck breaking speed, that this is the article for you.
Continuing to shatter its sales marks, Audi’s January sales rose 11 percent. Last month’s strong sales report, marks the luxury Volkswagen subsidiary’s sales streak to 73 consecutive months.
Good things are happening to Volkswagen. After a year-and-a-half of turmoil brought on by its self-inflicted emissions cheating scandal, things are looking up for the automaker.
Have you heard of the law of unintended consequences? It says that there are times when things don’t work out as you would expect.
Although Volkswagen has managed to survive its long and winding trip to settle the U.S. portions of its self-imposed emissions scandal, it still has a way to go in Europe.
Nearly 600,000 Audis, including the automaker’s best-selling Q5 mid-sized crossover, have been recalled to fix airbag and coolant pump issues.
When the 55th edition of the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona starts out Saturday, the racers will follow an Audi R8 V10, the official pace car of the event.
When you look closely at the Audi Q5, you soon discover why U.S. buyers like it so much. The developers consciously sought to make it drive like the Porsche Macan.
Sometimes it takes a bit of work to retain a top-quality safety rating, but it is worth it. Audi has been willing to do the heavy-lifting to keep the safety ratings it attained on the 2016 A3.
The beat of the Takata recalls goes on. Automakers in the United States and Canada ordered the recall of another 1.5 million vehicles to replace front passenger-side airbag inflators.
Rounding out the Audi Q5 family, the sporty SQ5 crossover features some features that give it a leg up over the competition.
In what may be more of a pyrrhic victory than anything else, Volkswagen’s plan to fix about 70,000 polluting Volkswagen 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel engine received an okay from the Environm
Far more quickly than anyone has been expecting, it looks as if Volkswagen may be on the verge of settling its emissions rigging challenge and forging ahead.
Led by its crossovers, Audi registered its strongest December sales ever. It was also the 72nd consecutive month of record sales. The previous record was set last year with 20,399 delivers.
When the doors to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) open next week, Audi will be showing a vehicle that is said to be a “near-production concept,” the Q8.
There is plenty of change at Audi in 2017, although there are no new models planned. The newest model changes arrived in 2016, a renewed Allroad and the restyled Q7, a three-row crossover.