Volkswagen

Volkswagen plans to dominate the electric car industry, regardless of the plans of other auto giants and even Tesla.
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Volkswagen Group announced Tuesday that it had signed agreements valued at around $25 billion for electric batteries as the automaker looks to offer some 300 electric vehicle models by 2025.
The new head of Volkswagen's U.S. operations believes that if the German car company's American unit can become more American, it can solve its sales problems here. The plan has flaws.
As the Trump administration has announced tariffs on some items and threatened more tariffs on others, the U.S. industry most likely to be buffeted is car manufacturing. On the negative side,...
A German newspaper has reported that Daimler AG, maker of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, may have sold diesel vehicles that included software designed solely to defeat regulatory emissions testing.
January sales of new cars and light trucks rose about 7% year over year in the European Union. Volkswagen and Toyota each posted a boost of more than 9%.
Volkswagen announced Monday morning that sales of its VW-branded vehicles posted a new all-time high in 2017. Sales in China accounted for more than half the total.
Chip maker Nvidia has set deal that gets it into businesses that it claims are the future of the driving industry.
December car sales are expected to fall nearly 6% compared to December last year. That will not keep 2017 sales from being near record levels.
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Volkswagen's Audi division is recalling more than 52,000 of the company's model year 2021 through 2014 A6 and A7 cars to fix a potentially faulty fuel line. The cars were sold in the U.S. and Canada.
Volkswagen's dictionary of terms used by management includes a word that most other car manufacturing executives don't use. The German giant is about to go on the "offensive."
Volkswagen on Friday announced strategic commitments totaling some $82.5 billion in electric cars and other new technologies as the company maps a strategic direction for the future.
Volkswagen reported solid revenue growth for the third quarter, but a €2.65 billion charge related to settling the firm's Dieselgate scandal in the United States cut profits in half.