The VW Bus Is Back And Now It's ElectricVolkswagen announced today that the VW Microbus, the beloved van popular in the Sixties, will be making a comeback in 2022.
Volkswagen Gets Final Extension For Possible Emissions DealA federal judge on Monday gave Volkswagen, U.S. regulators and attorneys for car owners a final extension to try to reach a deal for the remaining 80,000 vehicles caught in the company's emissions cheating scandal.
Judge Approves $15B Volkswagen Emissions SettlementA federal judge in San Francisco has approved a $15 billion court settlement of most claims against Volkswagen for its emissions-cheating scandal.
Judge Says He's Inclined To Back $10B Volkswagen Settlement DealA federal judge in San Francisco said he's strongly inclined to approve a nearly $15 billion settlement over Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal.
Volkswagen, Dealers Reach Tentative Deal In Cheating ScandalVolkswagen has reached a tentative deal with its U.S. dealers to compensate them for losses they said they suffered as a result of the company's emissions cheating scandal, attorneys told a federal judge Thursday.
Judge To Decide On $15B Volkswagen SettlementA $15 billion settlement over Volkswagen's diesel emissions cheating scandal faced a critical test, as a federal judge decided whether to grant it preliminary approval.
California Rejects Volkswagen Recall For 3-Liter Diesel CarsThe California Air Resources Board has rejected Volkswagen's plan to recall vehicles with 3-liter diesel engines, calling the proposal incomplete and deficient.
Volkswagen Agrees To Pay California $86M More In ScandalCalifornia would get an additional $86 million from Volkswagen in a deal over civil penalties stemming from the company's emissions cheating scandal.
Volkswagen Settles Emissions-Cheating Cases For $15.3BVolkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.
AP Source: Volkswagen Reaches $14.7B Emissions SettlementVolkswagen would repair or buy back polluting diesel vehicles and pay each owner as much as $10,000 under a $14.7 billion deal the car maker has reached to settle lawsuits stemming from its emissions cheating scandal, a person briefed on the settlement talks said Monday.
Report: 4 Companies Selling New Cars With Takata InflatorsSome 2016 and 2017 Fiat Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Toyota and Volkswagen vehicles are equipped with a type of inflator that is prone to rupture, according to a Senate report.
Judge: VW Owners Get Option Of Buybacks, FixesA judge says an agreement will give consumers who bought nearly 600,000 Volkswagen vehicles rigged to cheat on emissions tests the option of having the automaker buy back the cars or fix them.

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