His name is Hinrich J. Woebcken and he is an outsider to Volkswagen.
Whenever someone says they are 'jack of all trades', usually an air of skepticism falls on those who have heard it before.
Budd-e is unveiled on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). It promises to have 373 mile of all-electric range. But since it looks similar to Kia Soul, there is an interesting discussion at Kia Sould EV Facebook page and here are some of the interesting opinions from this public forum.
But in recent years, automakers have been showing off concepts filled with loads of technologies to peak the interest of people attending the show.
Now if you were expecting the Dodge Charger driven by Vin Diesel's character or the Toyota Supra that Paul Walker drove in the first film, then you'll be slightly disappointed.
The German automaker announced yesterday that they have brought in Kenneth Feinburg to design and implement a claim program for owners of diesel models involved in the emission cheating scandal.
Having just written an exhaustive preview of the all-new 2016 Volkswagen Passat, it is easy to call the new model the best Passat since VW de-contented the car and morphed it into what VW though Am
Yesterday the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in cooperation with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) accused Porsche, Audi, and parent Volkswagen of installing a cheating device on the
Although the Volkswagen diesel emissions cheating scandal only began about five weeks ago with the EPA’s public letter outlining the situation, VW diesel vehicle values have already started to decl
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.