Germany orders recall of Porsche Cayenne over defeat softwareJuly 27
The German government has evidence that Porsche Cayennes with 3.0-liter diesel engines use a defeat device to cheat on emissions testing, Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt told reporters in Berlin. Porsche is recalling the models.
Porsche repeats as most appealing brand, Power saysJuly 26
VW CEO raps Porsche labor boss over Audi criticismJuly 25
AutoNews Now: Diesel dilemmas for Daimler, PorscheJuly 18
Porsche may ditch diesel engineJuly 18
Porsche will decide at the end of the decade whether its latest generation of diesel engines will be its last, CEO Oliver Blume said, the first time a German automaker has said in public it could discontinue diesel.
First Shift: EV startup sought sale to Ford - reportJuly 18
What, Porsche worry? You betJuly 16
Porsche under investigation by German prosecutors for fraud, false advertisingJuly 10
Porsche, Audi SUV recalls may strike other automakersJuly 7
Faulty fuel pump parts that have spurred recalls of more than 450,000 SUVs by Volkswagen and its Porsche and Audi brands were supplied to 13 other automakers and suppliers, supplier Continental told American regulators.
Porsche, Bosch employees investigated over diesel emissionsJune 29
Porsche emissions probe ordered by German authoritiesJune 12
Porsche investigated over emissions-cheat software, report saysJune 2
Porsche denied a report that it uses unauthorized software to cheat on emissions tests. Germany's KBA motor transport authority is investigating whether the brand is using steering wheel movements to detect whether its cars are on the test bed, a German magazine said.