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Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson has started his role as Volkswagen Group's independent monitor, working from offices at the automaker's headquarters in Wolfsburg.
Torsten Gollewski, ZF's head of advanced engineering and a former Audi manager, is determined to reduce the 1.25 million traffic deaths that occur globally each year.
VW brand CEO Herbert Diess is expected to announce on Saturday more details regarding the production of the battery-powered I.D. Buzz microbus slated to debut in 2022, a company source told Automotive News Europe.
Opel is piloting a new retail format that offers German customers the opportunity to purchase a new car while shopping in a mall, mimicking a concept first developed by the UK's Rockar dealership group for Hyundai.
Volkswagen brand reversed heavy losses in Russia, Europe's most promising growth market, helped by rising vehicle sales and a recovering currency.
VW opened up to reporters its secretive proving grounds near Wolfsburg. Here's what we saw.
VW opened up to reporters its secretive proving grounds near Wolfsburg where the company's brightest minds are working on solutions to the industry's most daunting challenges.
The T-Roc will fill a key gap in VW brand's lineup, giving the marque an edgier and more compact urban crossover alongside the traditional looks of the Tiguan.
Audi's new A8 can pilot itself along highways while the driver watches the on-board TV, but it may take until the end of the decade before countries can agree on how to validate its Level 3 self-driving system.
Ford's German operations decided against an industry-wide program to clean up diesel cars with software updates, calling the plan ineffective.
German automakers will offer software updates that will reduce diesel emissions from Euro 5 and Euro 6 diesel cars by at least 25 percent on average, the VDA industry association said.
What VW Group's emissions fraud failed to achieve, Stuttgart Mayor Fritz Kuhn may accomplish: turn Germans against their diesel cars as he pushes to ban most cars powered by the fuel from entering the city.
Should evidence emerge that VW, Daimler and BMW colluded on technical issues over the past three decades, it could impair their efforts to gang up against threats from Silicon Valley.
Volkswagen Group's core VW brand could exceed its 2017 profit margin target, the automaker's finance chief, Arno Antlitz, said.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett expressed his strong commitment to the automaker's European operations even though the fallout from Brexit hit the company's second-half earnings in the region.
Audi is considering dismissing four top executives including its sales and production chiefs as it wrestles with an emissions-cheating crisis, German newspaper Handelsblatt reported.
Former GM and Toyota executive Alain Visser has been tasked with building Lynk & CO from scratch. The new brand intends to focus on connectivity and sharing as core features, Visser told Automotive News Europe.
Audi believes it will be the first automaker to launch a self-driving car even though its first model with that capability, the new A8, still needs to undergo lengthy government approvals that could allow a competitor to...
Porsche appears more immune than most to the looming disruption that is worrying the world's automobile manufacturers. But that's not how the company's leaders view it.
VW is looking to build the full-electric Golf in China next year -- using for the first time locally sourced battery cells from the country's main supplier -- to meet a controversial quota system for electrified vehicles.
Audi's new A8 is poised to be the first production car to take advantage of a law passed late last month in Germany that allows drivers to cede full or partial control should their cars have Level 3 or Level 4 autonomous...
Declining demand for diesels has put Germany on track to post its first rise in CO2 from its new-car fleet since EU policymakers began regulating tailpipe pollution in the late 1990s.
A massive shortage in lithium ion battery cells could plague the global car industry in the coming decade if capacity equivalent to 40 Tesla gigafactories is not added by 2025, according to estimates from Volkswagen Group.
Robert Bosch expects its automotive division to increase revenue by 7 percent this year to about 47 billion euros.
Porsche knows that pulling all the usual levers to improve its business won't be enough in the future.
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