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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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GM says Venezuela plant illegally seized; Ex-Bush official expected to monitor VW; FCA offering gift cards, chargers to buyers awaiting Pacifica Hybrid; Cadillac's rise in China.
China's crackdown on vehicle pollution will turn the world's largest auto market into a hub for cutting edge electric car technologies previously exported from Europe and the U.S.
China's premium market will grow to about three million cars a year, Audi and Mercedes executives predicted. Audi is China's best-selling luxury brand but is losing ground to Mercedes.
Volkswagen reported a 28 percent jump in first-quarter operating profit, helped by earnings growth at its core VW brand which has struggled to recover from the carmaker's emissions scandal.
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