With a final decision nearing on the fate of the Dieselgate class-action settlement suit, lawyers for the automaker and attorneys for the 475,000 Volkswagen diesel owners affected by the emissions
In the latest attempt to derail the Volkswagen Dieselgate class-action suit settlement, the world’s largest electric car charging network wants the judge to order changes to the already-negotiated
Does it seem that there might be a large hole in the wake of the impending Dieselgate class-action lawsuit settlement?
The Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross team, which campaigned a pair of Beetles this season, came out on top with its drivers Scott Speed and Tanner Foust taking first and second, respectively, in the
When the flag drops on today’s finale of the Red Bull Grand GRC in Los Angeles a pair of drivers for the Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross team will be chasing the top spot in the race series driver’s
With the date of the final approval hearing on the Dieselgate class-action settlement rapidly approaching, it looks like last-minute attempts to derail or reopen things won’t succeed.
Nearly 300,000 Volkswagen and Audi vehicles were recalled Friday.
Although it is a bit early, the secret name of Volkswagen’s new midsize crossover has leaked out.
Following months of waiting, it looks as if Volkswagen may soon be paying out the billions it has set aside for consumers in the Dieselgate emissions scandal.
Now it’s down to simple math: how big will the criminal penalty be against Volkswagen for its self-inflicted emissions scandal?
In the what did he know and when did he know it department, it now appears that Martin Winterkorn, former chief executive of Volkswagen, not only knew about the Dieselgate scandal, he may have init
More than 9,000 2010-13 Audi A8 sedans have been recalled to fix a problem that could leave a driver stranded in traffic. Volkswagen, Audi’s parent, announced the recall late last week.
A major Volkswagen investor, whose history of disputes with corporate boards is well known, has taken the automaker to task, this time for the excessive “sums” paid to its executives.