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VW Group is considering a possible sale of Italian motorcycle maker Ducati as the automaker seeks to streamline operations, Reuters reported.
European ride-service Gett has bought New York rival Juno for $200 million in a deal that further consolidates the ride-hailing industry. Were Juno drivers short-changed?
It's becoming increasingly clear that U.S. new-vehicle sales have passed their peak, with April expected to mark the industry's fourth consecutive monthly decline.
Major automakers and other groups are raising objections to the way VW wants to spend $2 billion on electric vehicle infrastructure and projects, as part of VW's atonement for emissions cheating.
Volkswagen's CROZZ concept previews a full electric crossover that will be the third member of the brand's new family of purpose-built full-electric cars.
Volkswagen believes its new I.D. CROZZ crossover will deliver a sizeable share of the 1 million electric vehicles a year it hopes to sell.
A new book on the VW diesel emissions scandal asserts that it was an American VW executive who first disclosed VW's criminal acts to regulators.
Are electric cars ready to stand on their own? If you took a spin down to the New York auto show, the answer is probably a hard "no."
As Volkswagen's criminal case closed in federal court, a nagging question persists: Who blew the whistle and first admitted to regulators that VW was lying about its dirty diesels?
A settlement in the class action suit against Volkswagen Group Canada related to the 2-liter diesel emissions scandal has been reached. About 105,000 vehicles were affected.
A federal judge sentenced Volkswagen AG to pay a total of $4.3 billion in fines and penalties and called on the automaker to continue to fully cooperate with federal and state investigators.
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