VW diesel whistleblower identified in bookFri, 21, Apr 2017
Volkswagen diesel settlement approved by Canadian courtsFri, 21, Apr 2017
VW sentenced to pay $4.3 billion in U.S. fines and penalties, cooperate with investigatorsFri, 21, Apr 2017
Foreign automakers embrace China as EV development hubThu, 20, Apr 2017
China's luxury market to grow to 3M a year, Audi, Mercedes predictThu, 20, Apr 2017
VW brand helps boost parent company's Q1 profitTue, 18, Apr 2017
Former U.S. deputy attorney general to be named VW monitor, report saysWed, 19, Apr 2017
The Justice Department is expected to name a former deputy attorney general under President George W. Bush to serve as independent monitor of Volkswagen as part of a plea agreement over the company's diesel emissions violations, Reuters reported, citing a source briefed on the matter.
Volkswagen to build new 5-seat SUV in Tenn.Wed, 12, Apr 2017
Audi electric sedan previews Jaguar I-Pace fighterWed, 19, Apr 2017
VW sees I.D. electric crossover as key to boosting EV salesWed, 19, Apr 2017
VW touts 'huge progress' in plan to roll out 4 affordable EVsTue, 18, Apr 2017
Despite losing VW power battle, Piech's achievements are indisputableMon, 17, Apr 2017
Ferdinand Piech can look back at a lifetime of accomplishments that put Volkswagen Group on the path to becoming the world's largest automaker. An engineer, Piech rose to become VW Group's CEO and later chairman, along the way turning Audi into a rival to Mercedes and BMW. He rescued VW from the threat of bankruptcy and added brands such as Bentley and Bugatti.