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Bild am Sonntag says Volkswagen executives knew about irregular CO2 readings a year ago, countering VW's claim that it only found out this November.


Auto Bild reports that AMG is considering a successor the Mercedes SLR McLaren, debating whether to build a 650-hp front-engined or a 1,050-hp mid-engined coupe.


The 2015 Formula One season concludes with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. There isn't much movement at the front of the field, but the weekend laid some interesting groundwork for the 2016 season just 85 days away.


German prosecutors open another criminal probe into Volkswagen, this time into potential tax evasion over CO2 irregularities in about 800,000 cars in Europe.


After four years of work and an 840-million-pound investment, the first production Bentley Bentayga leaves the production line in Crewe.


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.


An analyst says Asian electronics suppliers expect big growth in camera, sensors, and displays in vehicles. That could put Apple and Google in the lead.


A Tesla owner demonstrates the lo-fi check for the potential front seat belt pretensioner issue in the Model S.


Red Bull says it has secured an engine deal for 2016 but won't name the supplier. Speculation is that the team will use Renault engines it develops in-house.


Volvo Enters The World Touring Car Championship, We Win

We take a look at the history of Volvo's motorsports division, and see what the future holds, including what it means for US products.


A District Court Judge rules that attorney-client privilege protects certain documents between GM and law firm King & Spalding over the ignition switch defect.


Spy photographers catch early mules of the next-generation Porsche 911, thought to be testing a hybrid powertrain for the Turbo and Carrera lines.


Internal Takata documents reveal that from 2000 to 2010, US engineers raised concerns about altered data from airbag inflator tests.


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.


Gulling Motors finds a 1953 Bentley R-Type Continental in a garage in Hancock Park, Los Angeles that Ian Fleming ordered for his friend Ivar Bryce.


A classic car dealer in Cheshire, England says he has the Lamborghini Miura from the movie 'The Italian Job,' a car that was lost for 46 years.


Autocar reports BMW is preparing an "optimized driveline" for the i3 that upgrades the battery and electronics, and improves range to "well over" 124 miles.


Motorcycle aftermarket company Wunderlich creates a two-wheel drive BMW R1200GS with the help of Evolt, putting a 7.6-kW hub motor on the front axle.


Ford creates a 'drugged driving suit' with the help of German scientists. It lets drivers simulate what it's like to drive under the effects of certain drugs.


No Superlatives Needed: This Is The Bentley Of SUVs

It's a 600-horsepower, $229,000 SUV that'll run to 187 miles per hour. Meet the 2016 Bentayga, truly the Bentley of SUVs.


Shuttle Service Starting Spring 2016

French company NAVYA will begin using two fully autonomous ARMA buses on a public bus route in Sion, Switzerland next Spring.

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