VW has lost a lot more than moneyMon, 30, May 2016
It's hard to measure exactly how much Volkswagen's enormous diesel emissions cheating will cost the company. Volkswagen has put the 2015 financial toll at about $18 billion. The real damage to VW is just starting.
VW, U.S. make 'substantial progress' toward settlement, judge saysTue, 24, May 2016
Volkswagen and lawyers for owners and the U.S. government have made "substantial progress" toward reaching a final agreement by late June, a federal judge said today.
Germany to retest 30 cars showing 'inexplicably high' CO2 levelsTue, 24, May 2016
A German government committee has asked for further tests on 30 cars it says have "inexplicably high" CO2 emissions. The results came to light after officials tested cars from most major brands for 'defeat' devices.
Investor groups call for new probe of VW scandalMon, 23, May 2016
Three investor groups called for a new, independent investigation into Volkswagen's emissions test-rigging scandal, saying the inquiries launched by the German carmaker so far may not be far-reaching or transparent enough.
Germany raises doubts about Opel's emissions deviceWed, 18, May 2016
Germany raised doubts about the legality of devices General Motors' Opel subsidiary used to monitor emissions, raising the possibility that the brand's engine software breaches the country's regulations.
VW seeks dismissal of some U.S. emissions claimsWed, 18, May 2016
VW asked a California judge to dismiss some claims in a suit filed by the U.S. government over diesel vehicles rigged to cheat pollution controls. VW said the U.S. suit lacks facts to support claims that any VW defendants knew about defeat devices in vehicles with 3.0-liter engines.
Nissan denies claims it faked emissions figures in S. KoreaMon, 16, May 2016
Nissan denied South Korean claims that it faked emissions figures in its UK-built Qashqai SUV diesel models. The government's environment ministry said it would fine Nissan $279,920 and order a recall of the 814 new Qashqai vehicles sold in the country so far.
VW, U.S. dealers to hold talks on financial relief over emissions violationsWed, 11, May 2016
Volkswagen agreed to begin talks with U.S. VW dealers seeking compensation for financial damages caused by the company's diesel emissions violations. The form and amount of the settlement package sought by a dealer committee is unclear, though dealers will likely be asked to waive scandal-related legal claims against the automaker in exchange for a payout.
Audi CEO sees new models driving sales despite tough conditionsThu, 12, May 2016
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler said he expects new models to push the automaker's sales to a new record this year despite "extremely challenging" business conditions.
Ford cleans up the diesel engine in EuropeFri, 06, May 2016
Ford has joined VW and PSA in switching to a technology said to be more effective in cleaning harmful emissions from diesel engines.
VW said to be near fix for 3.0-liter Audi, Porsche dieselsTue, 10, May 2016
Volkswagen AG is closing in on a fix for 3.0-liter diesel-powered vehicles in the U.S. that would resolve part of its emissions-cheating scandal and reduce the risk of an expensive buyback program, people familiar with the matter said.
How Audi will move forward from scandalMon, 02, May 2016
In an interview, Stefan Knirsch, Audi's head of development, discusses the changes Audi has made in the aftermath of Volkswagen Group's diesel emissions-cheating scandal and his views on the future of diesels, e-motors and autonomous cars.