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BMW will invest over 300 million euros to increase production at its plant in Leipzig, Germany, the automaker's fifth-largest, laying the foundation for production of future models. BMW builds the i3 and i8 models in Leipzig.
Former BMW executive Herbert Diess now heads both VW Group and its core VW brand, which may be concentrating too much authority in a single manager.
BMW looks likely to follow Audi's e-tron and Mercedes's EQC with its own battery-powered full-size SUV, the heart of the premium EV market.
VW has packed its new Touareg with the latest high-tech equipment available, including thermal imaging, a head-up display projected directly onto the windshield, and a fully digital cockpit with two large screens, making the...
VW Group is determined to turn VW Truck & Bus into a global champion, the company's finance chief, Frank Witter, explained in an interview with Automotive News Europe.
U.S. economic sanctions imposed on Russia will postpone former Magna International boss Siegfried Wolf from joining Porsche SE's supervisory board.
BMW's talks with Great Wall over building electric Minis in China are "going well," BMW CEO Harald Krueger said. But it could be autumn before a decision is reached, Krueger said.
Audi hopes a second joint venture and new SUVs will help it to remain China's top luxury brand, fighting off strong challenges from BMW and Mercedes.
China may be Porsche's biggest market but sales of its 911 sports car are poor. In a country where size not horsepower counts, Porsche is trying to make the Chinese love the iconic model.
VW Group CEO Herbert Diess backed a European industry alliance for battery cell production amid fears that the region will lose out to Asian rivals as EV sales take off and technology advances.
VW's Seat brand played a leading role in the development of the E20X electric crossover marketed in China under a new brand called Sol.
VW will expand its internal whistleblower system to give the automaker a clear moral compass, its new CEO, Herbert Diess, said.
VW brand is launching a strategic plan for China focused on SUVs, full online connectivity and low-emission vehicles to defend its lead in the lucrative market.
Daimler has a back-up plan in place to protect itself from any unsolicited takeover bid should its new Chinese investor, Li Shufu, turn unexpectedly hostile.
VW will support the launch of its I.D.
BMW previewed the expansion of full-electric cars into its core product lineup with the iX3 concept at the Beijing auto show.
Mercedes aims to widen the brand's appeal to Chinese buyers with a long-wheelbase version of its latest A class.
Mercedes is betting on a hybrid SUV-sedan look to attract wealthy Chinese buyers to its Maybach ultraluxury brand.
Mercedes will preview a potential SUV rival to the Bentley Bentayga and upcoming Rolls-Royce Cullinan with the Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury concept at the Beijing auto show this week.
Mercedes looks ready enter the ultraluxury SUV segment and join rivals Bentley and Rolls-Royce in targeting wealthy buyers who are choosing high-riding crossovers instead of sedans.
Elevated to the top job at Volkswagen Group last week, Herbert Diess has a reputation for delivering on his restructuring targets — and high on his to-do list is ending the string of losses in the United States.
Audi loses, Porsche wins and why VW Group parted ways with Matthias Mueller were among the key takeaways from the conclusion of a wild week in Wolfsburg.
Audi loses, Porsche wins and why VW parted ways with Matthias Mueller were among the key takeaways from the conclusion of a wild week in Wolfsburg.
VW Group has picked Matthias Erb to lead a newly created interdisciplinary division that spans development, design and sales topics.
Daimler is willing to discuss possible cooperation in China with Geely Chairman Li Shufu, who took a 9.7 percent share in the German automaker in February, CEO Zetsche said.
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