11 hours a goVolkswagen to postpone or cancel all projects that aren't "absolutely necessary"
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller has addressed the dieselgate scandal during a works meeting with Wolfsburg employees.
30 hours a goDieselgate is now a Halloween costume
Halloweencostumes.com has released instructions on how to create your own dieselgate-inspired Halloween costume.
35 hours a goContinental says their software for 1.6 TDI engine was not designed to allow cheating
Continental has announced the software they developed for the 1.6 TDI EA189 engine can’t be manipulated to enable cars cheat during emissions tests.
Oct 3rd, 15Credit Suisse estimates dieselgate could cost VAG up to €78 billion
According to Credit Suisse's estimations, the entire EA189 diesel engine software debacle could cost the Volkswagen Group as much as €78 billion.
Oct 2nd, 15Volkswagen of America CEO to be hauled before Congress
The United States House of Representatives' Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations has announced plans to grill Volkswagen Group of America CEO Michael Horn during a hearing on October 8th.
Oct 2nd, 15Volkswagen Touran R-Line introduced
Designed to appeal to buyers looking for something sportier, the package includes modified bumpers, gloss black accents and 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels.
Oct 2nd, 15Seven-seat Volkswagen Tiguan rendered ahead of late 2016 launch
Remco Meulendijk of RM Design has digitally stretched the new Tiguan to turn it into a seven-seater.
Oct 2nd, 15VW says they honestly don’t know if the illegal software was active during European emissions tests
In a rather surprising announcement, Volkswagen has admitted they don't know if the Euro-spec cars equipped with the EA189 engine had the special software turned on during official emission testing.
Oct 2nd, 152017 Volkswagen Crafter spied for the first time
Caught undergoing testing in the mountains, the redesigned model features a new front fascia with a prominent grille that is flanked by larger headlights.
Oct 1st, 15Volkswagen facing big fines in Australia
Volkswagen could be fined millions of dollars in Australia if it turns out a “defeat device” was used on cars sold on the continent
Oct 1st, 152015 Volkswagen Touran goes on sale from €23,350
Volkswagen has opened the order books for the new Touran which kicks off at €23,350 in Germany.
Sep 30th, 15VW working on two solutions to fix cars powered by EA189 engines; hardware changes possible
Industry experts are saying Volkswagen’s diesel fix could require two distinct solutions, depending on the car’s pollution control system.
Sep 30th, 15VW UK announces gasoline, V6 TDI and V8 TDI engines don’t have illegal software
Volkswagen's UK division has revealed their cars powered by gasoline, V6 TDI and V8 TDI engines are not equipped with the defeat device.
Sep 30th, 15Volkswagen launches dieselgate FAQs site
Volkswagen has launched a special site, dedicated to the massive diesel scandal
Sep 30th, 15Volkswagen promises to better react to customer demands and tastes in the future
Set to improve the company's competitiveness in North America, the NAR will enable the automaker to "better react to customer demands and tastes in the future."
Sep 29th, 15Volkswagen diesel fix to be unveiled next month, will require a "service procedure"
Volkswagen has released new details about their plan to "correct the emissions characteristics" of models equipped with EA 189 diesel engines.
Sep 29th, 15Volkswagen announces 1.8 million light commercial vehicles feature defeat device
Volkswagen has announced there are 1.8 million light commercial vehicles out there featuring the defeat device.
Sep 29th, 15Volkswagen Golf IV R32 by HPerformance is a 550 PS blast from the past
HPerformance has elaborated a comprehensive power kit for the range-topping R32 version of the fourth generation Volkswagen Golf.
Sep 29th, 15Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn being investigated for fraud
Volkswagen’s ex CEO Martin Winterkorn is now the subject of an investigation for fraud in Germany where the prosecutors are analyzing what really happened with those 11 million diesel cars.
Sep 28th, 15Porsche buys part of Suzuki's stake in Volkswagen
Porsche Automobil Holding SE has acquired 1.5 percent of Volkswagen AG's ordinary shares from Suzuki.
Sep 28th, 15VW, Audi and Porsche R&D bosses allegedly suspended; all three deny involvement in diesel trick
According to Reuters, all three R&D chiefs from Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche have been suspended.
Sep 28th, 15Bosch allegedly gave Volkswagen diesel engine software for testing, but VW used it on production car
German weekly newspaper Bild am Sonntag is reporting Bosch was in charge of providing Volkswagen the problematic software, but only for testing purposes.
Sep 27th, 15Report indicates VW sent engineers to US to “fix” cars that failed to pass emissions tests
Sources close to Volkswagen have released more details about how VAG faked the emissions tests results.
Sep 26th, 15VW's CEO of passenger cars says “we are working at full speed on a solution”; 5M cars affected
Volkswagen Passenger Cars CEO Dr. Herbert Diess has announced they are "working at full speed on a solution" for the problematic diesel-powered cars.
Sep 26th, 15Switzerland applies sales ban on select VAG diesel cars; affects around 180,000 cars
Authorities in Switzerland have instated a sales ban on select diesel cars from the Volkswagen Group.
Sep 25th, 15Matthias Müller named CEO of Volkswagen
The Volkswagen Supervisory Board has appointed 62-year old Matthias Müller as the new CEO of Volkswagen AG.
Sep 24th, 15Martin Winterkorn could get $32 million pension following resignation
Martin Winterkorn could add $32 million to his bank account after his Volkswagen Group exit.
Sep 23rd, 15BREAKING: Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns
Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn has decided to resign, following the huge scandal involving 11 million cars equipped with a special device for cheating during emissions tests.
Sep 23rd, 15VAG’s 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 now being investigated by EPA
EPA has announced an extension of their investigation regarding VAG's problematic turbodiesel engines.
Sep 22nd, 15VW announces 11 million cars have the defeat device and will allocate €6.5 billion to fix them
Volkswagen says the "defeat device" has been installed on approximately 11 million cars from all over the world.