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Find Porsche news from today and latest stories covering Porsche cars from expert Torque News reporters. Since 1931, Porsche has been designing cars for the people. Starting out as a small vehicle development and consulting company, they designed vehicles for the German government before and during WWII. From tanks and equipment to the Volkswagen Beetle, Porsche has had its place in history. Porsche’s first complete car came from the underpinnings of said Beetle, and became the 356. Porsche continued developing cars for motorsport and eventually the rest of the world. The company found huge success in the 911 model of 1968. Porsche is renowned for designing their automobiles with quality, refinement, and performance.

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The 2012 Volkswagen Jetta TDI was one of the vehicles that felt the impact of Dieselgate. Der Spiegel, in a report, indicates it may have the "smoking memo" outlining the executive in charge.

Where Did The Dieselgate Affair Have Its Foundations?

A report just out in the news points the finger of blame at the current chief executive at Audi as the prime mover in the Dieselgate scandal. According to an article in the German magazine Der Stern, they have obtained a "smoking presentation" that raises questions and points out someone who may be a chief architect of the scandal.
Judge Rebukes VW Owners For Taking Parts From Their TDI Buyback Vehicles

The Newest Dieselgate Cheat: Owners Stripping Cars Before Buybacks

In the latest Dieselgate twist, it seems that some enterprising owners have decided to push the limits of the buyback agreement by gutting their cars of parts and then turning them in. Of course, VW is pissed off; the judge is peeved, and the FTC is outraged, as they well should be because the owners are wrong.

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