The 540d will become a single-year model.
Rules would also set an interim goal of a 20 percent reduction by 2025.
They argue VW should have informed shareholders.
Putting the F-150's hauling capabilities and Power Stroke diesel to the test.
Buybacks of 500,000 cars will continue through 2019.
Faster, more powerful EQ PHEV range starts this year with S 560e.
Scandal pits Porsche-Piech families against labor, regional interests
Authorities hold Stadler in "investigative detention," afraid he'll try to suppress or change evidence otherwise.
This on top of the $4.3 billion fine in the U.S.
Prosecutors search homes of Rupert Stadler and one other board member
Report: Daimler's whole fleet of latest Euro 6 vehicles may have them.
750,000 Mercedes vehicles could be affected.
We get it – we're a little sick of getting a few years of assurances that Mazda's much-anticipated diesel engine is just around the corner. First, it was going to go in the 2014 Mazda6. More recently, Mazda told us it'd first land in the CX-5 – and in fact, there's a part of the Mazda USA website devoted to the diesel crossover, which makes it seem more legitimate than previous pronouncements. But the fact of the matter is, there's some unforeseen hiccup in the government approval pr
Ban affects just two busy streets, but it's a first, and others may follow
Volvo's 2019 S60 will be its first vehicle to be offered without a diesel engine when the sedan goes into production this summer at its new plant near Charleston, S.C. The Swedish automaker also confirmed it will offer the sedan in two plug-in hybrid variants when it goes on sale, with mild hybrid versions following in 2019.
Devel Motors has begun testing its Sixty, a 6x6 raised SUV suitable for the coming Ragnarok, and they've taken to the track to demonstrate its usefulness in, uh, outrunning the undead hordes that surely await us all.
Audi has discovered emissions-related problems with a further 60,000 cars, it said on Tuesday, dealing a fresh setback to parent Volkswagen more than 2½ years after it first admitted to cheating U.S. diesel exhaust tests.
Volkswagen Chief Executive Herbert Diess traveled to the United States this month to testify to authorities about the carmaker's emissions scandal, German newspaper Bild reported on Tuesday.