Volkswagen announces up to 7,000 job cuts
Despite high profits in 2018, Volkswagen has announced heavy job cuts. The company has said it would reinvest the money into developing electric vehicles.
Volkswagen CEO sees 'A Lot to Lose' in potential U.S., EU tariffs
Herbert Diess, chief executive officer at Volkswagen, discusses the potential impact of auto tariffs, joining forces on vans with Ford Motor Co., and expectations for industry consolidation.
Volkswagen finds 'anomalies' in diesel software update
German carmaker Volkswagen said they "promptly" informed German authorities after discovering abnormalities in the new emissions software. The firm is still paying billions over the 2015 emissions cheating scandal.
Future is electric, says Volkswagen's Stackmann
Juergen Stackmann, head of sales for VW, discusses the company's comeback from the diesel crisis, demand and deliveries in China, the future of diesel, the outlook for his electric line.
Audi CEO Stadler arrested in diesel-cheating Probe
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was taken into custody in Munich as part of the diesel-cheating scandal impacting the automaker and parent company Volkswagen.
World premiere of the new VW Touareg in China
Volkswagen recently chose Beijing to launch a new model: the third generation of the Touareg. Boasting state-of-the-art connectivity and a fascinating fusion of assists, comfort features and infotainment systems.
Volkswagen to pay over $15.3 billion in settlement
The U.S. Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency says Volkswagen will set aside $10.033 billion to cover buybacks and fixes, part of a $15.3 billion settlement with U.S. regulators over pollution caused by its diesel vehicles.