Volkswagen Recalls Almost 300,000 Cars Due To Potentially Hazardous Faulty Fuel Pump
Volkswagen is recalling around 300,000 cars due to faulty fuel pumps that can be hazardous.
Volkswagen Enjoys Rise In Profits Despite Cost Cuts
Volkswagen is starting to bounce back from the results of its diesel emission scandal as profits soar in this year's first quarter.
Apple Spotted Testing Autonomous Car Tech In A Lexus RX
Apple's self-driving car tech has been spotted in a Lexus vehicle outfitted with sensors driving around Silicon Valley.
2018 Volkswagen Atlas Offers The Most Premium SUV Features On The Market
The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas is available in multiple variants and with different features.
2018 Volkswagen Arteon Proves To Be A Powerful Beauty
With a new and bold design, the 2018 Volkswagen Arteon comes as the new flagship for the automaker. It has a design that veers it away from the more laid back style of the company.
Volkswagen, Fiat Chrysler May Reach an Agreement on Mergers Soon
Indications emerged last week at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show that Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler may consider a merger soon. This became evident as Volkswagen CEO, Matthias Mueller, stated that he looks forward to having merger talks with Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne whenever the latter is ready. Both Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler are auto rivals, but developments in the industry are forcing great auto companies to partner for consolidation purposes.
Algeria Set To Produce Local Car Models to Cut Import Expenditure
Due to the fact that Algeria is spending more on importing cars than it’s realizing from crude oil, the North African country is set to cut expenditures by producing local car models. Rather than continue to import popular car models, the country is set to start producing them locally to boost national needs. This becomes more crucial since the country is facing dwindling oil revenues which could not be wasted on importing cars in the face of the country’s economic needs.
Volkswagen’s Diesel Emission Pollution: Thousands of People Could Die Prematurely in Europe
A vehicle emission scandal hit German auto giant Volkswagen in late 2015, after the automaker used special software to deceive the general public that its cars were eco-friendly with minimum-level environmental emissions. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) however proved them wrong by demonstrating that Volkswagen was fraudulent in its claims. The automaker agreed to a US settlement of $22 billion and a recall of millions of vehicles installed with the emission cheat software.
Wireless CarPlay Is Coming To Audi, Mercedes And Other Automakers
The 2017 BMW 5 Series was the first car to offer wireless CarPlay, connecting the driver's iPhone to the car over Bluetooth and then Wi-Fi for ongoing connectivity.
Volkswagen Denies 'Dirty Tricks' Allegations
Volkswagen Austraila is facing some real problems after it has been sued by over 100,000 VW owners for bullying and giving false information. Volkswagen has recently issued a statement, clearly denying every accusation.
2017 Subaru Outback vs 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack: Head To Head
Here's what you should know if you are torn between the 2017 Subaru Outback and the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack.
Automaker Volkswagen And Sensor Systems Supplier Mobileye Sign Agreement
Car maker Volkswagen signs autonomous driving partnership with sensor systems supplier Mobileye.
Audi Reveals Fire Hazard And Airbag Issues, Recalls 576,000 Vehicles
Audi has issued a recall on roughly 600,000 vehicles due to issues of fire hazards and airbag problems. The vehicles affected are the A5, A5 Cabriolet, and Q5 SUVs from the year 2013 - 2017.
Is Volkswagen Developing A New Family Of Electric Vehicles?
Volkswagen aims to design a combination of its new all-electric vehicle lineup with 5G connectivity and new MEB modular architecture.