The Inflation Reduction Act will hurt EV consumers short term but may benefit them long term.
Volkswagen Emissions Scandal: Owners To Address Staff For The First Time, Trouble Mounts With 300K Cars In India Affected
The automaker's owners are set to address company workers Wednesday at its factory in Wolfsburg, Germany.
New Car Sales November 2015: Hyundai, Kia Report Strongest Sales Growth While Ford F-150 Has Record Month
The world’s top automakers said strong sales in utility vehicles and trucks were offset by sluggish sedan sales.
"Employment is safe provided we are selling cars," Bernd Osterloh says. "If we sell no cars, it will get relatively difficult."
South Korea is now the only country other than the U.S. to impose a fine against Volkswagen after finding its vehicles cheated on emissions tests.
Volkswagen Emissions Scandal: Diesel Engine Fixes ‘Manageable’ But Inquiry May Take Months, CEO Says
Matthias Müller also said during a speech Monday that the inquiry into the emissions scandal may take several months.
Competitive threats in the luxury electric-car market and a rapidly depleting war chest may pose more immediate concerns for the California company.
The California maker of electric cars moved swiftly to inspect 3,000 vehicles and its assembly process after a customer in Europe alerted it to a seat-belt flaw.
Volkswagen Scandal Update: False Emissions Data Used On 2009-2016 3-Liter Diesel Cars, More Than Previously Alleged, EPA Says
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday said VW used software that reported false emissions data in all vehicles with 3-liter diesel engines from 2009 to 2016.
Castrol says an oil change and filter service with the Nexcel takes less than a tenth of the current time. And it's much cleaner.
Despite resistance in Hong Kong to its new technology, the automaker is seeking “hardcore software engineers," with no previous auto experience, CEO Elon Musk says.
Meanwhile, the head of Audi of America said that the emissions scandal had not diminished sales of its vehicles in the United States.
Volkswagen Emissions Scandal: VW, Audi Executives To Meet US Regulators Ahead Of Deadline As Crisis Deepens
The German automaker manipulated the carbon dioxide emission levels of more petrol-powered vehicles than previously disclosed, Reuters reported, citing sources.
Advances in so-called semiautonomy have sparked a high-tech automotive arms race, with auto companies vying to launch the most advanced features.
A police officer in Mountain View, California, stopped one of Google's autonomous vehicles for driving too slowly, despite the car not breaking any laws.
The Detroit-based company plans to import the Buick Envision, made in China's Shandong province, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Volkswagen Scandal: German Regulator Widens Probe To 23 Brands Over Suspicion Of Emissions Manipulation
In the wake of Volkswagen's emissions scandal, Germany's car regulator tested 23 local and foreign brands on suspicion of manipulation of nitrogen oxide emissions.
2017 Cadillac XT5 Unveiled In Dubai As Part Of GM’s Effort To Buck The American ‘Tier 2’ Luxury Car Stigma
General Motors’ new luxury crossover SUV replaces its best-selling Cadillac as the brand focuses on global conquest. (Good luck with that.)
Volkswagen Emissions Scandal: Diesel Car Owners To Get $1K In Gift Cards As Goodwill Gesture While EU Asks For Clarification
On Monday, the European Union asked Volkswagen to give within 10 days details on the recently revealed “irregularities” linked to the cheating software.
The news of the plan came the same day that the automaker’s engineers admitted to helping fabricate carbon dioxide emissions data.
U.S. authorities reportedly seized a Volkswagen employee's passport during a recent trip, stoking fears about criminal prosecution.
Nissan And Toyota Join Honda In Dropping Takata Airbag Inflators, Other Japanese Automakers May Follow
The decisions by automakers in Takata's home market of Japan are likely to hit the company hard as U.S. authorities probe faulty air bags.
Toyota's $1B Investment In Artificial Intelligence And Robotics Puts It At Forefront Of Autonomous Driving Push
The Japanese automaker plans to invest $1 billion in artificial intelligence and robotics, establishing centers of excellence in Silicon Valley and at MIT.
But now Apple has reportedly hired hundreds of staff to work on a electric vehicle, codenamed "Project Titan."
On Tuesday, the U.S. NHTSA fined Takata $70 million for lapses in its air bags and ordered it to stop using a chemical in its product.
The move comes days after the South Korean carmaker reported its lowest quarterly earnings in over five years.