Green Car Journal was just one of the many publications that fell for the dirty diesel deception VW and Audi perpetrated over the past six years.
Here at Torque News we have covered diesel vehicles in detail. When diesels achieved milestones we reported on it (though those are now in question).
The odds are good that if you are reading this, you have at least some idea what is going on with Volkswagen Auto Group.
Truth In Engineering. That Volkswagen's Audi luxury brand’s catch-phrase. Very ironic in light of the dirty diesel scandal now rocking the automaker.
Friday the EPA announced that VW violated the Clean Air Act and has admitted to purposely designing its U.S.-market diesel vehicles to trick emissions testing.
A headline on another site states that 26% of the New Car market in Norway is now EV Sales.
In a stunning late-Friday announcement, the EPA announced that it has evidence that Volkswagen and its Audi brand knowingly designed and installed a software algorithm intended to trick emissions t
In a blow to the “clean diesel” marketing lobby, the New York Times reported today that Audi and Volkswagen have been cheating on diesel emissions controls since 2009.
Since 2011, the USA has sold over 300,000 Plug in all electric cars and plug in hybrid cars.
In the United States, we tend to eschew diesel engines in favor of gasoline for most passenger vehicle applications.
Volkswagen unleashes the 2015 Golf R Rrrr that allows uses to drive the performance hatch wit the sound of their voice. How does it work?
Everyone were OK. After such a big hit even the airbag of the VW e-Golf was not used.
Kjetil Jystad was driving his VW e-Golf in Moelv in Norway, when a deer tried to crouch his e-Golf. I asked Kjetil if I can share this picture with TorqueNews readers. He graciously agreed. I don't have many details, except what Kjetil wrote.