Forbes  3 hrs ago  Comment 
The most important question about the Phideon is why does it exist at all. Volkswagen’s current offerings are covering 99% of the segment and selling a high end car with a Volkswagen badge is not easy.
BBC News  9 hrs ago  Comment 
A US judge approves the record $14.7bn (£12bn) settlement that Volkswagen will pay in the country over its diesel emissions scandal.
New York Times  10 hrs ago  Comment 
A judge has approved a deal for Volkswagen to buy back or fix vehicles affected in the emissions-cheating scandal.
Automotive World  11 hrs ago  Comment 
The Volkswagen Group is further expanding its IT competence. The company inaugurated its Digital Lab in Berlin on Tuesday at a ceremony attended by the Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure,...
Benzinga  Oct 25  Comment 
According to a Reuters report, a U.S. federal judge approved a $14.7 billion settlement in which Volkswagen AG (ADR) (OTC: VLKPY) (OTC: VLKAY) will compensate car owners who purchased a diesel vehicle. Judge Charles Breyer approved the...
Automotive World  Oct 24  Comment 
Recently appointed by the Volkswagen Group, the Sustainability Council made up of members from several nations set the agenda for its work at its inaugural meeting today. It elected Georg Kell, Founding Director UN Global Compact, as its chair....
Automotive World  Oct 24  Comment 
Volkswagen is celebrating a raft of awards for its class-leading in-car technology in the inaugural Car Tech Awards presented by automotive consumer site and magazine Carbuyer in association with sister technology website Alphr.com. Dennis...
Automotive World  Oct 24  Comment 
Festive plant opening in Września, Poland: about 1,000 guests from state authorities and business as well as representatives from the workforce and unions – from Poland and Germany – joined with members of the Board of Management of the...
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 23  Comment 
The Piech and Porsche families that control more than 52 per cent of Volkswagen have vowed to back senior management, setting aside past disputes as the carmaker struggles to overcome an emissions sc...
Reuters  Oct 22  Comment 
The Piech and Porsche families that control more than 52 percent of Volkswagen have vowed to back senior management, setting aside past disputes as the carmaker...


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