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Top Volkswagen executives had spent hours March 14 trying to convince a global audience of journalists and analysts that VW was "back on track" after its three-year diesel scandal.
Oliver Schmidt, the VW executive incarcerated since January when he tried to return to his native Germany after a Florida vacation, will remain in custody until his trial early next year.
When the financial and automotive press gathered Tuesday in Wolfsburg, home to a leading automaker, were they at a VW press conference or at a pop concert?
The world's largest automaker, Volkswagen, “is back on track” even as it works through its global diesel scandal, its CEO said. And he isn't ruling out talking about a merger with FCA.
Might Fiat Chrysler's long-awaited Wrangler-based pickup show up on dealer lots as a Ram in Jeep's clothing?
The GM-PSA deal comes as vindication for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne, who for years has been preaching about the need for consolidation. But does he grasp the broader lesson of the deal?
After nine years of hiding its illicit, covert actions and at least a year of actively trying to deceive regulators, Volkswagen fully admitted its guilt, pleading guilty to three felonies related to widespread emissions...
Volkswagen's new Arteon Gran Turismo premium sedan will be a more muscular-looking successor to the CC when in arrives in the U.S. next year as a 2019 model.
The plea deal in the United States comes nearly three months after the automaker reached a consent agreement with the Competition Bureau of Canada to pay a CDN $15 million penalty.
Volkswagen Group pleaded guilty to three U.S. felony counts to settle criminal charges over widespread emissions violations. VW agreed to pay $4.
VW's new premium sedan, the Arteon Gran Turismo, will replace the CC and slot above the Passat in the brand's global lineup. The VW Arteon will go on sale in mid-June in Germany, but it won't make it to the U.S.
VW's new premium sedan, the Arteon Gran Turismo, will replace the CC and slot above the Passat in the brand's global lineup. It won't make it to Canada until next year as a 2019 model.
A few pinball and video-game machines in the service lounge can leave customers engaged and perhaps even excited about coming back, says the CEO of New England's Prime Motor Group.
The Fiat 500e -- the car FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne once told consumers not to buy because he lost $14,000 on each sale -- was being advertised for as little as $69 per month for a 36-month lease.
Oliver Schmidt played a key role in a 2005 VW project designed to figure out what American consumers wanted. The German-born VW executive is now awaiting trial in a Michigan jail on charges tied to VW's conspiracy to skirt U.
VW sales continued to rebound in February following the automaker's diesel emissions scandal, rising 13 percent, while Audi sales climbed 17 percent last month, the luxury brand's 74th consecutive sales record.
Fiat Chrysler extended its losing streak to six consecutive months in February, falling 10 percent with only Ram brand pulling out a small sales gain in the month.
The U.S. midsize pickup segment is undergoing a sales resurgence and an accompanying product blitz. It may get even more crowded as German executives last week hinted that the Mercedes-Benz X class might come to the U.S.
An upgraded lithium ion battery pack and electric motor helped boost the 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf's mpg and range ratings.
The redesigned 2017 Jeep Compass will start at more than $22,000. The compact crossover is expected to be the second most-fuel efficient Jeep after the Renegade.
Volkswagen executive Oliver Schmidt will remain behind bars as an extreme flight risk even after not-guilty pleas were entered on his behalf during his arraignment Thursday in U.S. District Court in Detroit.
Take a good look at today's J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study. Scroll down that long list of brands. There they are: FCA's brands, bringing up the rear. Looks familiar, doesn't it?
Doug Betts, the former head of quality for Fiat Chrysler, has been named senior vice president of global automotive operations for J.D. Power and Associates.
Now that General Motors is potentially selling off its European brand Opel to PSA, there is one way the automaker could stay in Europe and remain profitable: by finally taking up FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne's offer to merge.
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