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Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn still serves as chairman of Porsche SE, Audi, Scania, and Truck & Bus GmbH. But he's expected to resign from those posts soon as well.


There's More To It Than Just Supply and Demand

Owners of VW diesels and those who might want one aren't sure what to do. We lay out the things to think about if you're looking to buy or thinking of unloading.


New York Times correspondent Jack Ewing is writing a book about the Volkswagen emissions scandal, and has already sold the publishing and film rights,with the latter picked up by Paramount and Leonardo DiCaprio's studio Appian Way.


Volkswagen is announcing a big push towards electrification in the future, and headlining the new models is a next-gen EV Phaeton.


Government Miffed About VW Scandal

Diesel vehicles' majority share in France may be threatened after subsidies are removed.


Not A G'Day For VW Down Under

Almost 100,000 diesel-powered personal and commercial vehicles will get checked out by VW in Australia as part of global scandal.


German Automaker Has About Six Weeks To Figure Things Out

The Golden State isn't giving Volkswagen a ton of time to address the automaker's well-publicized diesel-emissions issue.


Volkswagen's diesel scandal is causing European regulators to notice the failings of the NEDC emissions test, and recent tests show a widespread problem.


Consumer Reports made some interesting findings after claiming to have tapped into the cheat mode Volkswagen's TDI vehicles use to beat emissions testing.


Volkswagen's 2016 models with the 2.0-liter TDI are still months away from arriving at dealers. Once the company resubmits them for testing, the EPA is planning a rigorous certification program to make sure the engines are compliant.


Europe's Clean Diesel Alternative

In the wake of VW's diesel scandal, we test one of the automaker's other fuel-sippers, the Golf GTE plug-in hybrid that's (currently) only available in Europe.


Ex-EPA Officer Says Company Wanted Bonus Credits For Diesels

VW boycotted Obama's 2011 announcement of CAFE greenhouse-gas emissions standards.


Investigators in Germany have searched Volkswagen's headquarters in Wolfsburg and confiscated documents to better understand the automaker's diesel scandal.


VW America President and CEO Michael Horn is expected to tell Congress he was aware of the company's diesel defeat device well over a year ago.


Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller says that a recall on the company's diesels should begin in January. Mueller believes all of the affected cars could be fixed by the end of 2016.


Former VW Supervisory Board Chairman Ferdinand Piech looks to be one of the few people benefiting from the company's diesel emissions scandal. With Winterkorn out, two people very close to him are now running the automaker.


The West Virginia State Attorney General is suing VW for violating the consumer protection act there. If the automaker loses the case, it could face serious financial losses, including large payments to consumers and the state government.


Volkswagen will be forced to make painful cuts to cope with the impact of its diesel emissions scandal, ranging from cancellations and delays to budget cuts.


Volkswagen hopes to encourage its existing customers to trade in for new models with $2,000 customer loyalty incentives in the wake of the diesel emissions scandal.


Plus: Diesel Facts You Probably Didn't Know

The true story of the diesel engine is stranger than fiction, and the VW scandal isn't the beginning (or end) of the story.


WardsAuto is excluding all powertrains from VW and Audi from its 10 Best Engines testing after the companies' emissions evasions. The ban from the important ranking could last into later years, as well.

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