Volkswagen introduces its first affordable all-electric vehicle, set for release in 2025
Volkswagen announced plans on Wednesday to release the first of 10 vehicles on a modular electric platform by 2026, at a cost of 25,000 euros, or $27,000.
Volkswagen CEO says building EV batteries in Europe 'practically unviable' due to soaring energy costs
Volkswagen’s CEO warned Germany and the EU must reduce energy prices or investments in new battery cell factories will be "practically unviable."
Volkswagen brands, including Audi and Lamborghini, suspend Twitter activities
Volkswagen has suspended activities on Twitter in the wake of Elon Musk's takeover of the social media platform, which has included firings and new code of conduct policies.
Ford and VW-backed Argo AI launches fully driverless car service in Miami and Austin
Ford and VW-backed self-driving car company Argo AI is removing safety drivers from its ride-hail cars in Miami and Austin as part of a new test of the technology.
Bugatti is recalling a single $3 million car with a screw loose
A Bugatti Chiron supercar is being recalled because it has a loose screw that could pose a safety risk in the event of an accident.
US agency opens probe into electric vehicle batteries
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the probe covers more than 138,000 vehicles with batteries made by LG Energy Solution of South Korea.
Russia war could further escalate auto prices and shortages
A low supply of electrical wiring due to Russia's war on Ukraine had crippled some vehicle production.
Volkswagen stops vehicle production in Russia, suspends exports
In January, Volkswagen delivered 38,900 vehicles to its customers in Central and Eastern Europe, which includes Russia.
BMW suspending vehicle exports to Russia
German carmaker BMW joins other corporations in getting tough against Russia.
Salvage teams assessing damage aboard burnt Felicity Ace car carrier
The Felicity Ace, which was scheduled to arrive in the Port of Davisville, Rhode Island, on Feb. 23, started burning in the Atlantic Ocean on Feb. 16 near the Azores Islands.
Felicity Ace fire 'devastating' to auto industry, Ernie Boch Jr. says
Nearly a week after its 22 crew members abandoned ship, the Felicity Ace car carrier is "still assumed to remain on fire drifting south of the Azores Islands in the Atlantic," according to its manager MOL Ship Management.
Volkswagen, Audi say 3.3 million customers' data exposed in North America
Volkswagen said a third party may have obtained the information of about 3.3 million customers or potential buyers in a Friday letter, according to reports.
Volkswagen nears dieselgate claims settlement with former CEO Winterkorn
Volkswagen on Sunday said it had reached the broad outlines of a settlement with former boss Martin Winterkorn over his role in the dieselgate scandal, with the final details to be thrashed out over coming days.