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Volkswagen says the solutions for most diesel engines in Europe is simpler than expected, but it won't reduce the $7.1B fund set aside for the purpose.


Even Though It's Been Lowered, The Bar Might Be Too High

A report questions whether Tesla will achieve its 2015 target of 50,000 deliveries. It would require doubling the average monthly delivery rate this year in October and December.


A little over a month since launching its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange, Ferrari applied to list its stock on the Borsa Italiana in Milan.


Volkswagen announces that it will cut investment next year by eight percent, or one billion euros, while it shepherds cash to pay for the diesel emissions issue.


Formula One is not a poor man's sport. But if you want to know just how much it costs, just ask Red Bull. The team spent a record $310 million last year.


VW's strong incentives in the US mean that dealers continue to do brisk business despite the emissions crisis. However, inventories are now very low, and that doesn't look to change in the coming weeks.


The patron behind the Caparo T1 supercar reportedly plummeted from a London penthouse to his death on Monday as the steel company over which he presides falls into bankruptcy administration.


Volkswagen wants $21.5 billion in loans as a short-term financial buffer to get through its emissions crisis.


Uber and TomTom now have a multi-year contract for the navigation company to supply map and traffic data to the ride sharing giant.


This year the Texas state government is cutting its subsidy to organizers of the United States Grand Prix by over $5 million. Without it, F1 could end up leaving America.


Jaguar Land Rover wants to cut costs by $6.8 billion and achieve a global volume of 1 million vehicles by 2020 under a secret plan called Leap 4.5.


VW will launch a "TDI Goodwill Program" that compensates diesel car drivers with prepaid cards, which, in the US, will be worth between $500 and $750.


Ford will reportedly begin a huge sale on November 3 to offer significant incentives on many of its new models, including the F-150. The deals will run through early January.


Mounting Losses, Capital-Intensive Showrooms Offset 'Fabulous' Car

Former GM executive, who helped develop the Chevy Volt, questions the EV maker's future.


The full brunt of the diesel emissions scandal currently embroiling Volkswagen has not yet been felt, but the VW Group has still posted an operating loss of $3.84 billion for the quarter that just ended, marking its first such loss in 15 years.


Germany's Manager Magasin says Volkswagen believes the diesel scandal will cost it more than 30 billion euros, leading to managerial promotions being frozen for 2016.


Renault-Nissan Alliance boss Carlos Ghosn wants to reduce the French government's control in his company. To make that happens, he's proposing a plan that would give the Nissan side far more power in the partnership.


Ford posts record revenues of $38.1 billion for pre-tax income of $2.7 billion in the third quarter of 2015, making these the best quarterly results in its history.


With the third quarter results in, Toyota is beating Volkswagen yet again as the world's largest automaker this year. The reason likely has nothing to do with the emissions scandal, though.


The boards of Bridgestone and Pep Boys have agreed on a deal that would see one of the world's biggest tire manufacturers buy out the automotive parts retailer for $835 million, pending regulatory approval.


Volkswagen admits the bill for its diesel emissions subterfuge will exceed $7.3 billion, while Credit Suisse tells investors the bill could reach $87 billion.

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