Expressing apology over the ''emission rigging scandal'' the CEO of Volkswagen Group of America said that it the idea of installing software to deceive environmental regulators was not a corporate decision
Volkwagen India has called back 389 Polo hatchbacks for correcting suspected malfunctioning in the hand-brake mechanism
The sales of the world's largest carmaker Volkswagen slipped in South Korea in September. Last month the reputation of the German automaker was dented on emission cheating scandal, data an industry data showed on Tuesday
Mahindra & Mahindra on Thursday reported 5 percent decline in the total sales at 42,848 vehicles in September.
The German automaker Volkswagen announced that it would recall up to 5 million diesel vehicles that are involved in an emissions cheating scandal.
Volkswagen said on Tuesday it will repair up to 11 million vehicles and overhaul its namesake brand following the scandal over its rigging of emissions tests.
German prosecutors on Monday announced a criminal probe against Volkswagen`s former boss Martin Winterkorn as VW group carmakers Audi and Skoda said more than three million of their vehicles were f
With an unholy number of supercar and ultra-luxurious automobile brands scrambling to grace Indian shores, newly unveiled vehicles at most international motor shows are more and more likely to find their way into the country. Taking this into account, have a look at what are expected to be some of the biggest showstoppers at the 66th IAA Frankfurt Motor Show.
Porsche`s top executive is bidding to lead sports car operations at its parent Volkswagen as Europe`s biggest automaker adopts a new structure to boost foreign sales and profits.
German carmarker BMW is preparing to rethink its products, design and business models for the advent of driverless cars, a board member at the Bavarian company said on Tuesday.
Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has no plans to set up a manufacturing facility in India to make premium cars as the country currently is not a market for them, its CEO Ralf Speth said Tuesday.
The Chinese automobile market remains an area with growth potential despite the current slowdown, German top-of-the-range carmaker BMW said Tuesday.