At last, after months of back and forth, it looks as if Volkswagen and regulators – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) -- have agreed on plans to eithe
When Volkswagen introduced its new Atlas last month the promise that was made by Volkswagen headquarters was simple: hands-off America; the market can go its way.
The week is barely a day old, and controversy continues to swirl around Volkswagen’s luxury subsidiary, Audi.
For some reason or other, people think it is easy to sell a car. The prevailing thinking is that all you have to do is go online, list the vehicle and your price and wait.
With vehicle buybacks about to begin, Volkswagen found itself hit with a new round of questions involving the Dieselgate scandal.
Dieselgate just keeps lurching along. And the news gets worse for Volkswagen as the scandal spreads beyond turbodiesel engines into the realm of gasoline.
It’s a sad fact that if Volkswagen had done the work and followed the plans laid out for the original development of the EA-189 diesel engine, then last year’s shocking revelation of emissions chea
After weekend press reports that indicated Audi, Volkswagen’s luxury subsidiary, had installed a second emissions cheating device in some of its vehicles, the California Air Resources Board (CARB)
Unless you have been living on an island in the middle of nowhere that lacks even the basic communications essentials – the Internet, smartphone or just plain old-fashioned radio – then you probabl
For the Volkswagen Group, Dieselgate is the scandal the keeps on giving in ways they probably do not like.
In an apparent case of in-for-a-penny; in-for-a-pound, regulators have found another piece of software that lowered a vehicle’s carbon dioxide emissions if the car or crossover was under test.
Now that the dust has settled in the Dieselgate class-action lawsuit settlement and the judge has cleared the way for VW to begin buying back up to 475,000 turbodiesels, the next step is quite daun
Knock, knock, is anyone at VW home? Is anyone listening? Is Volkswagen even listening to itself? VW has now flipped the script and has gone on a massive denial binge.
Volkswagen’s emissions scandal refuses to go away.
Last week’s rumor became true Monday as Volkswagen has moved to pull the plug on its World Rallycross Championship participation at the end of the 2017 season.