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French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire will hold talks with Bosch CEO Volkmar Denner next week to address concerns about the future of the company's diesel injectors factory.
The new turbodiesel engine coming in the redesigned 2019 Chevrolet Silverado will be manufactured in a General Motors engine plant in Flint, Mich.
VW will invest more than $3.3 billion in North America to give a boost to its core brand as the automaker seeks to build the marque's U.S. market share in the wake of its emissions-cheating scandal.
Volkswagen has agreed to a settlement worth up to $232 million with about 20,000 owners of 3.0-liter VW, Audi and Porsche diesel vehicles in Canada affected by the automaker's diesel scandal.
Porsche SE has been ordered by a German court to reveal what management at VW AG and automaker Porsche knew about the diesel scandal and whether any evidence was destroyed.
Ford rigged at least 500,000 big pickup trucks to beat emissions tests, drivers claimed in a lawsuit, adding to the tally of carmakers linked to diesel-cheating allegations worldwide.
Ford Motor Co. expects the first diesel version of its F-150 pickup, which goes on sale this year, to produce a highway fuel economy rating of 30 mpg.
Toyota said its new-car lineup in Italy is now "diesel-free" after the automaker stopped selling diesel variants of its Yaris, Auris and RAV4 models.
BorgWarner has decided that its future lies in offering propulsion solutions to everything that moves, rather than entering the race to produce autonomous vehicles.
VW Canada says it reached a class-action settlement in principal with about 20,000 owners and lessees of 3.0-liter diesel vehicles that were equipped with emissions cheating software.
Continental expects big gains from an electronics push and says it already is winning more electronics-related business than many of its rivals.
Lawyers for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and owners of the automaker's diesel-powered vehicles are in settlement talks over allegations of excess diesel emissions, a court-appointed adviser says.
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