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Toyota has named Volkswagen of America marketing executive Vinay Shahani its vice president of integrated marketing operations. The move is effective June 5.
Canada has approved a fix for about 10,000 older Volkswagen 2.0-liter diesel Passats currently equipped with software that allows them to emit more emissions than permitted.
The Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit accusing Fiat Chrysler of using software to bypass emissions controls in diesel vehicles.
VW Group CEO Matthias Mueller said some managers are resisting the automaker's push for a new era of accountability after its emissions fraud. "There are definitely people who are longing for the old centralistic leadership," Mueller said.
VW's expensively assembled soccer team VfL Wolfsburg face relegation from Germany's Bundesliga for the first time in 20 years.crisis.
Wolfgang Duerheimer is a strong believer in the old adage "Win on Sunday, sell on Monday," but his love of racing comes from a place where money is the means rather than the end.
The EPA and California Air Resources Board announced approval of a fix for about 84,000 older VW diesel vehicles that can emit excess emissions.
Volkswagen will likely pick a new CEO from within the carmaker's own ranks, CEO Matthias Mueller told a German newspaper.
Audi's CEO pledged full transparency as the company recovers from its diesel emissions fraud but shareholders pressed managers to disclose more about the scandal.
Tesla Motor's anticipated electric semi truck helped the company grab first place in Twitter engagement among brands for April, according to ListenFirst Media.
German prosecutors confirmed they launched a probe of VW CEO Matthias Mueller and Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch on grounds of suspected market manipulation.
Audi boss Rupert Stadler, 54, will be given another five years as CEO, VW's luxury brand said. The board vote to extend Stadler's contract was unanimous,
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