Volkswagen submitted a proposed fix for diesel cars with "defeat device" software to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board. It won't release details to the public, though.
It seems as if Volkswagen logistics staff are using Google Glass for work. It certainly looks that way, with the car company issuing what it describes as "3D smart glasses" to a number of employees following a successful three-month trial.
VW on Sunday took out a series of full-page ads in major U.S. newspapers apologizing for the recent emissions scandal while promising to "make things right." The marketing effort follows the unveiling last week of a "goodwill package" for…
Volkswagen is offering a goodwill package to customers affected by the brand’s 2.0-liter diesel emissions scandal. The package includes a $500 Visa Loyalty Card, a $500 Volkswagen Dealership Card, and three years of free…
Audi and Volkswagen are reportedly following Porsche by stopping sales of diesel models recently called out by the EPA. All models use a 3.0-liter V6 the EPA says is equipped with "defeat device" software.
The nightmare is far from over for VW. The German automaker said Tuesday it's now uncovered "unexplained inconsistencies" regarding levels of carbon dioxide output with 800,000 of its mostly diesel vehicles.
There's more trouble for VW as the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday accused the company of rigging emissions tests on thousands of six-cylinder diesel engines in Porsche, Audi, and VW vehicles.