VW labor leaders warn politicians not to put jobs in jeopardyAug. 10
Automakers offer to upgrade 5 million polluting diesel cars in GermanyAug. 2
Germany makes last-ditch play to save dieselAug. 2
The CEOs of VW, Daimler and BMW are meeting German politicians in Berlin as the country's auto industry seeks to salvage its beleaguered diesel technology and draw a line under an emissions scandal that shows no signs of abating.
German cartel crisis: A win for Tesla?July 30
U.S. reviews allegations that German automakers colluded, report saysJuly 25
Diesel rescue plan reached in Germany, report saysJuly 21
Audi confident new A8 will hold lead in race to offer Level 3 drivingJuly 19
Audi believes it will be the first automaker to launch a self-driving car even though its first model with that capability, the new A8, still needs to undergo lengthy government approvals that could allow a competitor to pass the automaker in the race to market.
Germany wrestles with diesel's future as large cities plan bansJuly 18
Germany is wrestling over the future of the diesel, with local courts considering action to compel cities to enact driving bans as pollution limits are breached. Diesels accounted for 46 percent of German new-car sales last year.
Daimler to make batteries at German Mercedes plantJuly 14
Daimler has struck a deal with workers to make EV components and batteries at a Mercedes factory in Germany. Employees at the Untertuerkheim plant went on strike this month over worries that jobs could be at risk as the automaker moves toward EVs.