Jeep faces a partial sales ban in Europe unless it fixes diesel-powered Grand Cherokee SUVs that evade emission regulations.
Tesla has outpaced Volkswagen in terms of market value.
SGL touts recent wins in North America and Europe
Volkswagen's CEO says the company will fade away without "radical" overhaul.
Prosecutors in Germany have filed criminal charges against six more Volkswagen executives for their roles in the company’s never-ending diesel emission cheating scandal.
China, the world’s largest car market, contracted by 8% to 25.8 million vehicles last year and is likely to shrink another 2% in 2020.
How are you going to get the people behind the wheel of an EV?
Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz brand is still the global sales champ among luxury car brands.
Daimler is the latest European carmaker to be sued by investors over its alleged use of illegal software to evade diesel emission tests.
Links 68 ECUs and manages 20 million lines of software code
Volkswagen has shelled out billions of dollars in the U.S. over its diesel cheating scandal. Now it’s in talks to settle claims by more than 400,000 disgruntled customers in Germany.
SEAT is improving its environmental footprint, in part by taking to the air
The Volkswagen Group, which is getting more bullish about electric cars by the month, now predicts its namesake brand will build 1 million EVs by 2023, two years sooner than previously forecast—and 1.5 million more in 2025 alone.
Volkswagen is getting enthusiastic about the electric future
Volkswagen’s 4-year-old diesel cheating scandal may be just getting started as a wave of consumer fraud complaints grows.
Congress has balked at expanding a long-running tax credit for buyers of electric cars in the U.S. It's bad news for Tesla and General Motors.
What do events in 2019 portend for the industry’s future?
Sales of traditional cars have taken a beating as consumers opt for SUV/crossover vehicles instead. Will minivans be the next casualty?
Volkswagen Group’s namesake brand plans to launch 34 new and redesigned models worldwide next year, including a dozen crossovers and eight electrified models.
The auto industry contemplates its biggest merger ever, as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group formally agree to $47 billion deal.