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Volkswagen reportedly on track to finalize diesel settlement

Volkswagen, federal regulators, and attorneys representing VW owners are making "substantial progress" in finalizing a diesel settlement, according to the Federal judge overseeing the case.
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Gett picks up a $300 million investment from Volkswagen

Staying relevant in the automotive industry seems increasingly tied to the ride-sharing industry, and now, Volkswagen Group has become the latest to join the foray. Volkswagen has made a $300 million strategic investment in Gett.
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Volkswagen leverages new battery technology to ease electric vehicle range anxiety

Volkswagen will present an improved version of the e-Golf before the end of the year. Set to arrive later this year, the hatchback will receive a bigger battery pack that will allow it to drive for up to 186 miles on a single charge.
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Why Volkswagen's new SUV is so crucial to its future

Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tennessee, plant just completed the first test body for a new midsize SUV that will carry the company's hopes and dreams for the U.S. market. Production will start later this year.
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Need to tow? Volkswagen’s updated Amarok offers more power than ever

Volkswagen is updating the Amarok truck to help it fend off competition from a growing number of brands. The most noteworthy update is found under the hood, where the Amarok is offered with a V6 engine for the first time.
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Volkswagen will buy back some diesel cars, modify others

After over six months, Volkswagen has reached a preliminary settlement with the U.S. government on how it will deal with nearly 600,000 diesel cars equipped with emissions-cheating software.
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Volkswagen may try to clean up ‘dieselgate’ mess with buy-back plan

Volkswagen is in trouble after admitting to cheating on emissions tests for a huge number of cars, now they may offer to buy them all back. Plus: augmented reality tech t-shirt shows anatomy, cancer treatment research uses…
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To amend for Dieselgate, Volkswagen will buy back nearly 500,000 US vehicles

On April 21, Volkswagen went before a federal judge in San Francisco and agreed to buy back or repair 500,000 diesel vehicles in the U.S. The vehicles were fitted with illegal software used to fool emissions tests.
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Could this high-tech Volkswagen concept preview the next-generation Touareg?

Volkswagen will show a brand new concept during this year's Beijing Auto Show, which Digital Trends will attend. The yet-unnamed design study is a premium SUV that could preview the next-generation Touareg.
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VW has a new US CEO, but still no plan for its offending diesels

Volkswagen named Hinrich Woebcken, its current North American brand boss, as its new U.S. CEO as part of a restructuring. He replaces Michael Horn, who stepped down from the post last month.