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.
Lately, there’s been an interesting item making the rounds. It touts the use of nitrogen in your vehicle’s tires.
They are still shaking their heads about this one: Audi’s TT has done something no one expected it to do and it’s surprising – more about that in a bit.
Never let it be said that people won’t try to make a buck off someone else’s misfortune.
Although it seems that anything related to airbags and recalls has to have the name Takata attached to it, believe it or not, it doesn’t.
Coming in rapid-fire sequence, Volkswagen and owners of 80,000 3.0-liter rigged turbodiesels have reached an agreement in principal that provides the owners with “substantial compensation.” The dea
For years, there has been a debate going on in the car industry about whether big auto show venues are good for the automaker or just public relations.
Volkswagen’s tab continues to climb in Dieselgate as the automaker, regulators and attorneys for customers have found a final settlement in rigging scandal.
Having come a long way, Volkswagen and negotiators have a bit more distance to travel before they can put a check in the box that says the 3.0-liter V-6 Dieselgate settlement is finished.
After months of negotiation that have resulted in the settlement of the 2.0-liter four-cylinder portion of the Dieselgate, an agreement is apparently close for the remaining part of the diesel emis
If there is one thing that Volkswagen doesn’t need it is another diesel scandal, especially in its most profitable division, Audi. However, the automaker may just be facing this nightmare.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed a new vehicle safety mandate that regulators believe will reduce crashes, cut injuries and save lives.
Whether it’s magic, smoke and mirrors or just great design, when the model year 2018 dawns in – believe it or not – about nine months, the Audi Q5 will be a wholly new vehicle.
About 20 years ago, there was a movie called “The Fifth Element,” whose star Bruce Willis, and others, either rode or drove flying vehicles that were linked to the city’s traffic network.
Worried that things are stretching out too far, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Friday pressed the auto industry to speed up replacement of faulty Takata airbag inflators
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