Home state of Mercedes, Porsche appeals diesel banOct. 3
The German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, home to Mercedes and Porsche, said it would appeal a court ruling obliging it to ban diesel cars from the streets of its capital, Stuttgart. That means the ban will not come into force at the start of 2018 as planned.
California's auto crackdown reinforced by emissions uptickAug. 22
Automakers offer to upgrade 5 million polluting diesel cars in GermanyAug. 2
U.K. to ban sales of gasoline, diesel cars starting 2040July 26
VW calls crisis meeting to discuss EU cartel probe, report saysJuly 24
VW told by California legislators to build EV charging stations in poor areasJune 16
Don't let VW fund become Tobacco 2.0May 15
AutoNews Now: March toward higher mpg inevitable?March 24
California's clean-air problem is a lot bigger than just TrumpMarch 27
AutoNews Now: Ford expecting $1.4B profit dropMarch 23
Germany's Stuttgart will ban some diesel cars from city centerFeb. 22
Stuttgart, home to German automakers Mercedes and Porsche, said it will ban from next year diesel cars which do not meet the latest Euro 6 emissions standards from entering the city on days when pollution is heavy.
VW, Bosch agree to pay $1.6 billion to settle U.S. diesel claimsFeb. 1
Volkswagen and Bosch have agreed to pay at least $1.6 billion to fix or buy back and compensate owners of VW, Audi and Porsche cars with diesel engines rigged to cheat pollution tests. The settlement is the last major hurdle to VW moving beyond its emissions scandal.