It's not really a 180, more of a 90.
VW's CEO claimed the company didn't lie to US regulators, which was just one setback for the automaker during the week of the Detroit Auto Show.
Volkswagen reorganizes the executive suite, putting Porsche design chief Michael Mauer in charge of VW Group design in addition to his role at Porsche.
The move comes at the same time as an executive shuffle at Audi, all while the company's internal investigation into emissions cheating continues.
Volkswagen boss Matthias Mueller released a new five-point plan that calls for the company to reassess its goal of rampant growth.
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.
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.
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.
Matthias Muller is officially the new VW Group CEO, but the company's supervisory board is instituting sweeping changes to the corporate structure. Michael Horn remains the boss in the US, but North America is now organized into a new business unit under the current Skoda chairman.
The Volkswagen Group is preparing a massive shakeup to its internal structure that will see the company's brands split into four companies of three brands.
Before Porsche CEO Matthias Müller was promoted to the Volkswagen Group supervisory board, he made remarks on his potential as a successor to Group CEO Martin Winterkorn. His comments were taken to mean he wasn't interested in the job, but he now says his words were misunderstood.