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.
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.
Judge Gives VW Month For Plan To Fix Diesel EmissionsA federal judge is giving Volkswagen and regulators a month to provide a specific plan about how they will bring nearly 600,000 diesel cars into compliance with clean air laws following an emissions cheating scandal.
VW Submits Fix For 3.0-Liter Diesels To California OfficialsThe Volkswagen Group of America submitted its proposal Tuesday to bring Porsches, Audis and Volkswagen cars with six-cylinder, 3.0-liter diesel engines up to California's air quality standards after state regulators found the vehicles were programmed to emit cleaner emissions on government treadmill tests than on the real road.
VW Pollution Test Site Under Scrutiny Amid Cheating ScandalThe center in Oxnard, about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles, was built with the help of a $10 million, tax-exempt public bond and opened in 2012.
Volkswagen Owners Seek Answers As Scandal WidensVolkswagen's scandal over emissions testing is having a widespread impact, one that's being felt here in Southern California with questions emerging from car owners.
VW Rocked By Emissions Scandal As Prosecutors Come CallingVolkswagen became the world's top-selling carmaker trumpeting the environmental friendliness, fuel efficiency and high performance of diesel-powered vehicles that met America's tough Clean Air laws.
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Volkswagen Debuts The 'New' BeetleIn its 73-year history, the Beetle has evolved from the hippie ride of choice to a cute chick car. Now Volkswagen is reinventing it again.
Volkswagen Recalls 2010 Routan MinivansVolkswagen is recalling 12,600 minivans because the ignition key could move while driving and cause the engine to shut off.