Volkswagen may recall all 11 million ‘cheater’ TDI cars

Volkswagen is about to issue a recall for all 11 million diesel cars implicated in the recent emissions cheating scandal, a new report says. VW still hasn't disclosed details of how it will fix the cars.

Some Mercedes, BMW, and Peugeot models thirstier than we’re told, report says

A new report by Transport & Environment claims that certain Mercedes, BMW, and Peugeot models consume up to 50 percent more fuel than official numbers indicate. The group says the current system for testing emissions and fuel economy is…

Bosch reportedly warned Volkswagen about illegal emissions software in 2007 0:57

A new report claims that Volkswagen was warned as early as 2007 that using engine-management software to fool emissions tests would be illegal. The software in question was originally used for testing, but was allegedly…

Did the VW diesel scandal kill an F1 deal with Red Bull?

Volkswagen was reportedly in talks with Red Bull Racing to take over the Formula One team, but that may have been derailed by the 'dieselgate' scandal. Red Bull has been looking for a supplier to replace Renault.

Trends with Benefits: VR’s going mainstream, VW’s in deep diesel, and more

This week's roundup of the latest and greatest in tech covers live-streaming video apps including Periscope and Nomadcast, Oculus Connect 2 and the future of VR, and Volkswagen's trouble with the EPA.

Volkswagen Group to restructure following ‘dieselgate’

The VW Group supervisory board has passed new resolutions to restructure the company following the highly-publicized emissions scandal. Markets in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will be combined and led by former Skoda Chairman Prof. Dr…

Porsche boss Matthias Müller takes over for Winterkorn as Volkswagen’s CEO

Porsche's current head, Matthias Müller will reportedly take over for Martin Winterkorn as Volkswagen's CEO amid the brand's TDI crisis. Müller has been part of the VW Group since the 1970's.

Wolkswagen’s CEO Martin Winterkorn steps down as CEO amid emission test cheating revelations

Martin Winterkorn, CEO of Volkswagen, stepped down in light of revelations that the company added emission test "defeat devices" to certain diesel models. The device recognized when an emission test was being conducted on the car and…
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Finally, a watch that tracks your sexual performance: DT Daily 1:39

The "fitness" watch everyone really wants has finally arrived from a company called GeeksMe, and how Volkswagen tricked emissions testers with a bit of software.

How will Wolfsburg survive VW’s diesel cheating scandal?

Last week at the Frankfurt Auto Show, Volkswagen was bragging on their diesels. With Friday’s devastating news about cheating the EPA emissions tests, where can the world’s largest automaker go from here?

11M Volkswagen Group cars around the world are fitted with an illegal defeat device

Volkswagen has admitted that over 11 million diesel-powered cars all around the world are fitted with a defeat device. The list of affected cars includes Volkswagens like the Jetta, the Passat, and the Golf, as well as a number of Audi…

Volkswagen tells enthusiasts not to wait for a mid-engined roadster

Volkswagen has confirmed the on-again, off-again BlueSport concept has been axed for good because the convertible segment is shrinking. However, the company says that sport-focused versions of existing cars are right around the corner.