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Number Of Cars Containing Defeat Devices Grows By 75,000

The scope of the Volkswagen diesel scandal continues to grow. In a meeting Thursday, Volkswagen and Audi executives told officials from the Environmental Protection Agency there are more cars that contain defeat devices that circumvent emissions standards.


Lineup Will Consist Of Six Products By 2020

Hyundai will launch the Genesis brand in December, with a G-based naming structure. Genesis will grow to include six products by the year 2020.


As the diesel scandal expands to the VW Group's 3.0-liter V6 engine, Porsche stops selling the diesel-powered Cayenne.


DOT Officials Take Unprecedented Actions To Speed Repairs

As investigators searched for clues about why certain airbags showered motorists with deadly amounts of metal fragments, the company that made the defective devices thwarted their queries.


The EPA has issued Volkswagen new allegations that so-called emissions defeat software has been found in the company's 3.0-liter TDI V6 diesel engines.


New Ruling Gives Car Owners Firm Legal Ground To Modify Vehicles

In a long-awaited ruling announced Tuesday morning, the US Copyright Office granted an exemption in copyright law that will permit gearheads and home mechanics to continue repairing and modifying their cars without running afoul of existing copyright law.


Pricing for the 2016 Honda Civic has leaked online, and if it proves accurate, fans of the Japanese compact are in for some good news.


Swedish Automaker's Pledge May Be First In Autonomous Era

Volvo says it will accept liability for accidents that occur in autonomous operations, a major step in the fledgling driverless era.


US officials are asking why ISIS appears to be using a large number of Toyota trucks, ABC News reports.


Confirmation Expected At Friday Board Meeting

Porsche chief executive officer Matthias Muller is expected to be named CEO of Volkswagen AG, according to reports.


Matthias Muller Will Reportedly Succeed Winterkorn

VW fired three more execs as its diesel scandal deepens.


VW 'Needs A Fresh Start,' Winterkorn Says

Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn steps down amid charges the company manipulated its diesel-powered cars to meet emissions regulations around the world.


VW Purposely Evaded Emissions Tests For Diesels, EPA Says

Volkswagen intentionally installed software in nearly a half-million diesel vehicles that helped the cars evade substandard results on emissions tests, the federal government charged Friday.


Charlie Miller And Chris Valasek Head To Ride-Sharing Giant

Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller, the security researchers behind some of the most prominent car-hacking studies to date, are taking on their next automotive challenge.


IndyCar racer Justin Wilson died of the injuries he suffered during yesterday's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway.


Volvo is telling its dealers to stop delivering the seven-passenger 2016 XC90. There's a problem with the inflatable curtain airbag that might not offer proper protection for folks in the third row.


Remote Breach Highlights Security Flaw In Popular Infotainment Feature

One of America's most popular cars contains a security flaw that allows hackers to remotely commandeer it from anywhere on the planet.


Jules Bianchi has died following severe head injuries suffered during a crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, his family confirmed today.


Hugues Duval Wings Way To Calais In Cri-Cri A Day Earlier

Hugues Duval just beat Airbus in a history-making battery-powered flight across the English Channel


A man drove a Daewoo Rexton into a crowded square in the Austrian city of Graz, killing at least three people and injuring 34 more at an event for this weekend's Austrian Formula 1 Grand Prix.


Subaru released a statement Monday saying it doesn't agree with any laws that promote discrimination.

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