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Most of the German automakers' engineers work and live in Germany and all the profit they accumulate from Americans goes back to their home country.
Takata bankruptcy may leave Japan automakers holding the bag; FCA tweaking 300, Charger, Cherokee trims; Tough sell for Subaru: Safe yet sporty; Report: Managers skewer Audi board.
Audi's executive board, including CEO Rupert Stadler, shows no signs of being ready for a fresh start after the brand became embroiled in VW Group's diesel scandal, company managers say, according to a German newspaper report.
Germany is the only safe place for former VW Group executive Heinz-Jakob Neusser, the highest-ranking manager indicted by the U.S. in connection with the automaker's diesel-rigging scandal.
VW agreed to buy back diesel cars with rigged software from a handful of customers in Germany who took the automaker to court. VW played down the significance of the ruling.
The United States has issued international arrest warrants for five former VW managers accused of wrongdoing in the carmaker's diesel emissions-cheating scandal.
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali is trying to instill a sense of urgency in the supercar maker.
Audi is giving moviegoers an exclusive first look at the 2018 Audi A8 on July 7 as Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters. Audi also plans to show off two other vehicles in the movie.
Volkswagen's long-awaited Microbus-styled MPV will see production as an electric vehicle, Auto Express reported.
Karl-Thomas Neumann's resignation from Opel immediately touched off speculation about where he might land.
A discussion with Peter Donnellan, senior vice president of after sales for Audi of America.
Volkswagen Group's former design chief, Walter de Silva, is styling electric cars for a Chinese company in his new role as design boss for German automotive engineering company Edag.
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