Investigation launched looking at whether BMW, Daimler and the VW Group colluded on the development and roll out of technology to clean the emissions of cars.
Legal action brought against the VW Group following the ‘dieselgate’ scandal will be heard at the High Court tomorrow (Tuesday, March 27).
VW Emissions Action has announced that the next hearing will be heard at the Royal Courts of Justice on Monday, November 27.
A third of the 1.2 million vehicles affected by the Volkswagen Group emissions scandal have yet to be fixed, more than two years on from the discovery of the scandal.
Fleet operators who have ordered Volkswagen Group vehicles are waiting to learn if deliveries will be affected after Greenpeace activists boarded a ship bringing cars to the UK earlier today (September 21).
Thousands of vehicles are subject of ‘voluntary’ service with little clue to the cost implications.
Volkswagen says it will not pay a £2.5m congestion charge bill from the Mayor of London, because all of its vehicles qualified for the greener vehicle discount.
BBC Watchdog joined forces with Auto Express to highlight technical issues experienced by “thousands” of Volkswagen customers following emissions ‘fix’.
The Transport Committee is demanding further answers in the aftermath of the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
The UK boss of the VW Group has been branded a liar after giving evidence to the Transport Select Committee today (Monday, February 20).
Renault and Fiat are strenuously denying claims made against them over emissions in France and the US respectively.
Fleets have moved to distance themselves from a group litigation case against Volkswagen Group UK being brought by Harcus Sinclair.
Harcus Sinclair UK has applied for a group litigation order in claims against Volkswagen, Audi, Seat and Skoda arising out of the emissions scandal.
Volkswagen Group is expanding its know-how in the fields of artificial intelligence, big data, virtual reality, smart production and connectivity.
Volkswagen Group has received the green light for all fixes proposed to TDI engines in the wake of the emissions scandal.
The UK regulator – the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) – has ruled out launching a formal investigation into the emissions scandal.
For years, accurate testing of fuel economy and emissions seemed elusive. But a graduate discovered that by applying ‘clever maths’ a solution could be found.
A new report from the parliamentary Transport Committee claims the Government should investigate and consider prosecuting Volkswagen for its deception, but it has been far too slow to act.
The Volkswagen Group has said it's willing to pick up some of the costs incurred by the VCA's recent retesting of vehicles as a result of the emissions scandal.
Volkswagen Group’s Q1 2016 revenues were down 3.4% on the previous year as the emissions scandal continued to hit vehicle registrations.
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