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Jaguar Land Rover is pressing ahead with its plans to launch diesel engines in nearly all of its vehicles, despite the recent Volkswagen scandal.


The government incentives that buyers of VW's diesels received in 2009 could be used to form a fraud case against the automaker by prosecutors in the US.


Green Car Journal Says TDI Winners Proved To Be Ineligible

For the first time in Green Car Awards history, the honor is being rescinded. VW has returned the 2008 and 2010 awards it won for Jetta and Audi A3 diesel.


Senators Richard Blumenthal and Amy Klobuchar are requesting that the Department of Justice pursue civil and criminal charges against VW for its emissions evasions. They don't want the agency to accept any kind of plea deal from the automaker.


GM Says This Won't Affect Market Launch

Diesel models of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are the first to get extra scrutiny by the EPA and CARB, but they're expected to pass. The added testing shouldn't effect when they hit dealers, either.


VW boss Matthias Mueller announced in a closed-door meeting that the company will "refit" all 11 million vehicles affected by its emissions-cheating software.


Someone is shaming Volkswagen TDI owners by posting flyers full of bad information on the cars in Portland, OR.


VW has launched a dedicated website to get diesel owners information on which models are affected, when they might be fixed, and other info about what's going on.


Great White North's Auto Market Is About 10% The Size Of America's

The Canadian government will stand strong with the US EPA to test Volkswagen diesels.


German prosecutors in the city of Braunschweig are beginning an investigation into Martin Winterkorn for alleged fraud in VW's diesel emissions scandal. It could be years, though, before the case ever sees a courtroom.


There will be unforeseen damage from the VW diesel scandal, but thankfully there's a bright spot within the darkness.


Volkswagen's Czech brand Škoda combines the best of both worlds with the launch of the new diesel-burning, all-wheel-drive Octavia RS 4x4 performance model. If only we could get our hands on one.


Audi has 2.1 million diesel vehicles worldwide with emissions-evading software, some of those are in the US.


German Automaker Adds That It Supports Better Emissions-Testing Improvements

Mercedes-Benz parent says its vehicles have never included emissions-manipulating software.


Diesels Aren't Put On The ACEEE's 'Meanest' List, Though

Environmental group says Volkswagen diesels' green cred can't be trusted until further notice.


Plus: Notes On The Buick Cascada, Ford Super Duty, And Nissan Altima

We curate the week's events with a focus on turmoil at Volkswagen. Plus, other news and notes from around the industry.


Funny or Die has taken aim at Volkswagen and its diesel controversy, and the collateral damage comes in the form of the oft-derided 'basic' girl.


European Environmental Group Says Emissions Test Cheating Is Widespread

Some are calling Volkswagen just the tip of the iceberg in the diesel emissions scandal. Autoblog's Adam Morath reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.


Credit rating agencies are looking negatively on VW in the wake of the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. There's a concern about how this affects the company going forward.


The German transport minister claims that there are 2.8 million VW diesels in the country with software to evade emissions testing.


Weekly Recap for 9.25.15

We got our first looks at look at Ford's new F-Series Super Duty truck lineup this week but it's Volkswagen that has been dominating the news cycle, as Matthias Muller is named CEO of the embattled automaker. Autoblog's senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the recap edition of Autoblog Minute.

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