U.S., Calif. regulators approve fix for VW 3.0-liter diesel crossoversOct. 23, 2017
U.S. and California regulators approved a fix for about 38,000 Volkswagen Group 3.0-liter diesel crossovers with potential excess emissions, a decision that could save the automaker more than $1 billion according to a letter reviewed by Reuters.
First Shift: VW, Bosch agree to settle claimsFeb. 1, 2017
First Shift: Pushing recalls beyond snail mailSept. 1, 2016
Steady Audi hits 80 months of sales gainsJuly 18, 2016
Audi to focus on dealer profitability and an increased marketing spendApril 11, 2016
Audi dealers want profits to reboundMarch 28, 2016
Audi preps SUVs big and small to topple BMWFeb. 26, 2016
Audi is revving up efforts to topple BMW as the world's top luxury-vehicle brand with new SUVs ranging from the tiny Q2 to the full-size Q8. After falling to third place behind Mercedes-Benz last year, Audi aims to reignite flagging growth and overcome the emissions scandal that tarnished the image at parent company VW.
Platform gives Audi Q7 a steadier rideDec. 14, 2015
It may still be called the Q7, but Audi's largest crossover has evolved into a different animal than what arrived stateside in 2006. The redesigned seven-seater crossover is lighter and leaner than the outgoing model, helping it achieve driving dynamics more like a sport sedan. than the hefty outgoing version of seven-seat family hauler.
Audi hikes pricing for redesigned Q7 more than $6,500Nov. 11, 2015
The second generation of Audi’s Q7 midsize crossover arrives in U.S. showrooms early next year offering loads of new technologies and a starting price that’s more than $6,500 higher than the model it replaces.
JLR turns down North America for new factory in SlovakiaAug. 11, 2015
Jaguar Land Rover has signed a letter of intent to build a new car plant in Nitra, western Slovakia, turning down locations in the U.S. and Mexico. JLR will carry out a feasibility study for the factory, which is expected to open in 2018 and reach an annual output of up to 300,000 vehicles by 2025.