• Volkswagen expect emissions scandal to cause substantial financial damage, as probe into employee involvement widens

    Crime doesn’t pay, but Volkswagen sure will be. The emissions scandal is still nowhere close to being resolved it would appear. Volkswagen Group CEO Matthias Mueller announced that the scandal will inflict “substantial and painful” financial damage on the company, as board member Stephan Weil allegedly warned that more unpleasant news is on the horizon(…)

  • Volkswagen to finally reveal annual earnings after delay

    Could this mean the emissions scandal fog is finally starting to clear for Volkswagen? Volkswagen Group announced their new set date – April 28th – for its annual earnings press conference and shareholders meeting, possibly indicating that the company are making progress in resolving the financial issues caused by the emissions scandal.   VW Group(…)

  • Volkswagen press conference crashed by comedian at Geneva Motor Show

    The emissions scandal has truly played out like a Greek play; first there was tragedy, now comedy. During a press conference for their recently unveiled ‘turbocharged’ Up! city car, Volkswagen board member Juergen Stackmann was interrupted by a protestor who came on stage to fix a ‘cheat box’ to the vehicle – a not-exactly subtle(…)

  • Volkswagen confident a resolution to emissions scandal is near

    Ready for bygones to be bygones… after paying their billions of dollars worth of fines, of course. CEO of Volkswagen Group Matthias Mueller is confident the company will reach an agreement with regulators in the United States on a technical fix for their diesel cars affected by the emission scandal. The United States has proven(…)

  • Volkswagen unveil new T Cross Breeze convertible

    The company are hoping their new car will help them breeze past last year’s emissions scandal. Volkswagen previewed their first vehicle moving forward after the diesel emission scandal at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The convertible T Cross Breeze will rival the likes of the Nissan Juke, the Renault Captur and the Mazda CX-3 and(…)

  • Volkswagen set US deadline for emission scandal fix

    Volkswagen’s grace period has come to an end, and now they must pay the piper. A federal judge in the United States has pressed down hard on the accelerator in the ongoing dispute with Volkswagen, announcing a March deadline for the company to disclose whether it has found an acceptable fix for the 600,000 diesel(…)

  • Volkswagen CEO optimistic customers will forgive emissions scandal

    Volkswagen boss is confident in his vision of a sunnier, brighter future for the company… he can just about make it out through the heavily polluted emission clouds. Volkswagen Group CEO Matthias Mueller announced he is confident that the beleaguered automobile company will eventually regain the trust of its customers following the emissions scandal that(…)

Volkswagen to finally reveal annual earnings after delay

Could this mean the emissions scandal fog is finally starting to clear for Volkswagen? Volkswagen Group announced their new set date – April 28th – for its annual earnings press conference and shareholders meeting, possibly indicating that the company are making progress in resolving the financial issues caused by the emissions scandal.   VW Group(…)

Volkswagen press conference crashed by comedian at Geneva Motor Show

The emissions scandal has truly played out like a Greek play; first there was tragedy, now comedy. During a press conference for their recently unveiled ‘turbocharged’ Up! city car, Volkswagen board member Juergen Stackmann was interrupted by a protestor who came on stage to fix a ‘cheat box’ to the vehicle – a not-exactly subtle(…)

Volkswagen confident a resolution to emissions scandal is near

Ready for bygones to be bygones… after paying their billions of dollars worth of fines, of course. CEO of Volkswagen Group Matthias Mueller is confident the company will reach an agreement with regulators in the United States on a technical fix for their diesel cars affected by the emission scandal. The United States has proven(…)

Volkswagen unveil new T Cross Breeze convertible

The company are hoping their new car will help them breeze past last year’s emissions scandal. Volkswagen previewed their first vehicle moving forward after the diesel emission scandal at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The convertible T Cross Breeze will rival the likes of the Nissan Juke, the Renault Captur and the Mazda CX-3 and(…)

Volkswagen set US deadline for emission scandal fix

Volkswagen’s grace period has come to an end, and now they must pay the piper. A federal judge in the United States has pressed down hard on the accelerator in the ongoing dispute with Volkswagen, announcing a March deadline for the company to disclose whether it has found an acceptable fix for the 600,000 diesel(…)

Volkswagen CEO optimistic customers will forgive emissions scandal

Volkswagen boss is confident in his vision of a sunnier, brighter future for the company… he can just about make it out through the heavily polluted emission clouds. Volkswagen Group CEO Matthias Mueller announced he is confident that the beleaguered automobile company will eventually regain the trust of its customers following the emissions scandal that(…)

Volkswagen unveil T-Cross SUV concept ahead of Geneva show

Size isn’t everything for Volkswagen, who are shifting their attention to a new line of small SUVs. Volkswagen have released teaser images for its new T-Cross baby SUV ahead of the model’s official reveal at next week’s Geneva Motor Show. The new concept SUV is based on the Polo model and is expected to head(…)

Volkswagen turbo charges its city car

Like anyone who has ever lived or worked in a city for too long, Volkswagen’s city car model took a much needed break but has come back refreshed and revamped. The rejuvenated Volkswagen up! is on the horizon, with the new model set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. As well as(…)

Volkswagen emissions scandal reparations may include building electric cars in US

Taking the idea of building back trust very literally, Volkswagen may be expected to start manufacturing electric cars in the United States to put the emissions scandal behind them. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reportedly asked the German automaker to begin manufacturing electric cars in the US, as part of ongoing negotiations concerning the(…)