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Latest Porsche Macan Units Held At 13 US States Amid Volkswagen Dieselgate Scandal

Ongoing investigations on the Volkswagan Dieselgate scandal has affected delivery dates of 2017 Porsche Macan models in the US. more

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Volkswagen Group Will Reopen A Key Refinancing Channel To Boost Vehicle Sales

As part of Volkswagen's strategy to recover from the diesel scandal, the automaker group will issue once again bonds to the capital markets. more

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Volkswagen Redefines Brand For U.S. market

Volkswagen AG has declared to redefine the company's tarnished image in the United States. more

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FTC's Lawsuit Against Volkswagen on Clean Diesel Ads

Super power German car maker, Volkswagen has been under a microscope since this year kicked off starting with a lawsuit from the Department of Justice for allegedly installing defeat devices which violates environmental agency standards. Just last March 29, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) piles up yet another complaint against Volkswagen for allegedly misleading consumers with their Clean Diesel advertisements. more

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Volkswagen E-Golf Cars Recalled

German car maker Volkswagen has been highly publicized in the recent weeks for recalling its e-Golf battery-electric cars for the third time in a matter of weeks. In a recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) filing last March 4, Volkswagen revealed that all 5,561 e-Golf cars have to be recalled for further inspection and to address a serious possible defect in its battery management system. more

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Volkswagen Emission-Cheating Scandal: EPA Asks Carmaker To Make Electric Cars In U.S. (REPORT)

The Environmental Protection Agency has reportedly given Volkswagen a way to make up for its emission-cheating scandal: making electric cars in the U.S. more

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VW, BMW, Audi To Recall 1.7 Million Vehicles In U.S. Over Takata Airbags

Takata’s airbag crisis doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon, as Volkswagen, Audi and BMW announced Wednesday that they will recall nearly 1.7 million vehicles in the U.S. equipped with the company’s inflators. more

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Toyota Remains World's Biggest Automaker For Fourth Straight Year

Toyota has closed out 2015 with a bang, remaining the world’s top-selling carmaker for the fourth year in a row. more

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Germany To Spend 2 Billion Euros On Electric Car Expansion

Germany appears to be focusing more on having drivers go green, as the country’s Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel wants to spend 2 billion euros ($2.17 billion) on encouraging more people to buy electric cars. more

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U.S. Regulators Reject Volkswagen's Recall Plan

The California Air Resources Board on Tuesday rejected Volkswagen’s proposed plan to recall vehicles 2-liter diesel engines that trick emission tests, which was aimed at handling the automaker's emission-cheating scandal. more

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Volkswagen's Budd-e Electric Car Concept At CES 2016

Volkswagen showed its intent to move past diesel-powered cars and focus more on environmentally-friendly vehicles with the unveiling of an all-electric version of its iconic Microbus Wendesday. more

Teaser For VW's Electric Car Concept

Volkswagen Teases Next-Generation, Electric Microbus For CES 2016

Volkswagen’s latest teaser has officially made the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show a car-focused event, as the automaker has drop another hint at what its electric car concept will look like and its features. more

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Toyota Remains World's Top Automaker, Outsells Volkswagen In November

Toyota is closer to finishing 2015 as the world’s top-selling automaker, outselling Volkswagen for the fifth month in a row in November. more

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OPEC Predicts Bleak Future For Electric Cars

Electric car fans won’t be happy to hear what the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has to say about the future of environmentally friendly vehicles. more

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Elon Musk Signs Letter Advising Volkswagen To Pay For Emissions-Cheating Scandal By Making Zero-Emission Cars

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has become the latest signee of a letter sent to California emissions regulators that advises them to have Volkswagen make up for its emissions-cheating scandal by producing zero-emission cars in the future. more

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