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Volkswagen Group delivers 5.90 million vehicles from January to July

The Volkswagen Group has delivered 5.90 million vehicles in the first seven months of the year, which represents a 1.3% increase compared to last...

Volkswagen to fork out $14.7bn to settle diesel claims in US

Volkswagen will pay approximately $14.7 billion to resolve civil claims over its diesel cars with 2-liter diesel engines, including plans for buybacks and payments...

Volkswagen USA CEO Michael Horn resigns

Volkswagen USA CEO Michael Horn has resigned from his post on Wednesday through “mutual agreement” after spending 25 years with the company in various...

VW unveils all-electric minivan at CES after emissions scandal

German auto giant Volkswagen is trying to clear its name and reputation after the global emissions scandal with a new all-electric minivan concept which...

The crisis deepens – VW admits to “irregularities” in CO2 emissions of 800,000 cars

It looks like there’s no quick way out of the crisis for German Volkswagen. What started out as a cheat software scandal seems to...

More woes for VW – US regulator finds more cars with cheat software

About a month ago, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accused German carmaker Volkswagen of rigging US emissions tests. The Agency claimed that it had...

VW Australia to recall nearly 100,000 vehicles after emissions scandal blowout

The Australian arm of German carmaker Volkswagen AG has announced that it will conduct a voluntary recall of nearly 100,000 vehicles that were fitted...

Volkswagen suspends sales on some models in Australia amid emissions scandal

Volkswagen Group Australia (VGA) has announced that it has decided to immediately suspend the sale of affected vehicles fitted with 1.6 or 2.0-litre EA189 diesel...

Consumer watchdog to investigate VW over emission scandal

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has confirmed that it would be investigating Volkswagen Group “for possible use of ‘defeat devices’ in Australia,...

Volkswagen CEO resigns amid widening emissions scandal

One of Europe’s highest-paid executives, 68-year-old Martin Winterkorn has resigned his position as Chief Executive Officer of Europe's biggest car maker amid a widening...
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