VW says production will resume after deal with suppliersTue, 23, Aug 2016
VW said the two suppliers with which it has been at loggerheads over a contract dispute had agreed to start delivering parts again and that plants hit by production stoppages would gradually resume output.
VW production stoppages caused by defiant Bosnian supplierTue, 23, Aug 2016
In a year of almost non-stop crises following revelations of cheating on emissions tests, the force that brought VW factories to a halt wasn't regulators or a court ruling, but a defiant parts supplier from Bosnia-Herzegovina protesting at the cancellation of a contract.
VW says 6 plants hit by production stoppagesMon, 22, Aug 2016
VW is extending production cuts to six factories in Germany after a supplier dispute halted delivery of car seats and transmission parts. Golf and Passat production has been hit by the dispute.
Daimler fights $45M compensation claim from supplier in VW disputeMon, 22, Aug 2016
Daimler is fighting a $45 million compensation claim from the supplier Prevent Group, which is also seeking damages from Volkswagen Group.
Toyota restarts production in Venezuela after six monthsSun, 21, Aug 2016
Toyota said it restarted its Venezuelan factory after six months without producing vehicles because of hard currency shortages, good news for the South American nation suffering a roiling recession that has closed many factories.
VW plans to suspend Golf production in Oct., Dec.Sat, 20, Aug 2016
Volkswagen plans to suspend production of its Golf model at its Wolfsburg factory in October and December to balance earlier over production.
VW to halt Golf production as supplier dispute hits 4 German plantsFri, 19, Aug 2016
VW Group is stopping Golf production at its main German factory in Wolfsburg as a dispute with two key suppliers escalates, reports said. The automaker is also cutting working hours at three other plants across Germany.
Audi replaces exec ahead of plant opening in Mexico, reports sayFri, 19, Aug 2016
Audi has replaced Mattias Rust, the human resources chief at its new Mexico factory, shortly before the plant's opening, German media reports said. Rust was replaced because of "irregularities," the reports said.
VW to cut hours for workers at 3 German plants amid supplier dispute, report saysThu, 18, Aug 2016
Volkswagen will cut working hours for more than 10,000 staff at its Wolfsburg base and reduce output at two more German sites, a source close to the company told Reuters, as the automaker faces supply problems caused by a supplier not keeping to delivery commitments.
Former Volvo exec seeks to raise $1 billion at China EV startupWed, 17, Aug 2016
Freeman Shen, a former top Volvo executive, aims to raise $1 billion in an initial fundraising round for the latest China electric-vehicle startup to enter the green car industry.
High stocks point to prolonged incentivesMon, 15, Aug 2016
For a third time in four months, carmakers and dealers have started the month with stocks of unsold vehicles slightly plumper than normal.
Toyota welcomes the Camry homeSun, 14, Aug 2016
The end of Camry production at Subaru's plant in Lafayette, Ind., will give Toyota more flexibility over inventory amid a sales slump. But Toyota has no plans to significantly curb supplies of the nation's top-selling sedan.