VW will spend up to $140 million paying out Australian owners of cars affected by the Dieselgate scandal.
The German Transport Ministry (KBA) has asked Audi to recall 24,000 A7 and A8 models sold between 2009-2013 for emissions cheating.
The world pointed the gun at Volkswagen last year after its public exposure during dieselgate, but now more manufacturers are being looked at… and Bosch seems to be the common element.
GM joins five other manufacturers alleged to have used emissions defeat devices in its cars… is #dieselgate bigger than we thought?
The ACCC has taken Audi and the Volkswagen Group to court over #dieselgate and alleged breaches of the Australian consumer law.
Volkswagen has agreed to pay out US$4.3 billion in damages to resolve the case against it in the US over emissions cheating.
Heavy diesel vehicles emit around half the nitrogen oxides (NOx) of diesel cars, per a report released by the International Council on Clean Transportation.
A Volkswagen executive, Oliver Schmidt, has been arrested and charged in the US with fraud and conspiracy to conceal VW’s emissions defeat device.
Volkswagen has announced it will cut a staggering 30,000 jobs in the wake of #dieselgate.
Volkswagen has claimed the defeat device that’s caused it so much drama around the world, particularly in the US, doesn’t break European laws.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking Volkswagen to court over alleged misleading conduct around vehicle emissions.
The rumour mill is grinding away with the news that Volkswagen is preparing to drop its Das Auto slogan in the wake of its Dieselgate disaster…
VW has issued details of a fix for 1.6L and 2.0L diesel engines that contain so-called ‘defeat devices’ to the Federal Motor Transport Authority in Germany.
VW refuses compensation for European owners of ‘cheating’ diesels… likely to be the same in Australia
VW has announced it will not pay compensation to the owners of diesel cars carrying ‘cheat’ software, despite VW US offering a $1000 goodwill package.
Audi has become the first of the Volkswagen Group to issue a recall notification on vehicles fitted with EA189 family engines fitted with an emissions ‘cheat device’.