Tag Archives: Volkswagen Group

04Dec/19

Zynga Celebrates Bugatti’s 110th Anniversary with Special CSR Racing 2 Event Series

Players Can Race and Collect Exclusive Bugatti-Engineered Hyper Sports Cars in Game
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18Nov/19

Porsche at the LA Auto Show 2019

The Porsche Taycan is celebrating its US premiere at the LA Auto Show on November 20, 2019. The all-electric, four-door sports sedan offers the performance and connectivity expected of a Porsche, with everyday usability. Highly advanced production methods and the Taycan’s capabilities are setting new standards in the fields of sustainability and digitalization. Read More

28Jul/17

Phantom: Rolls-Royce unveils its “pinnacle of luxury”

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (JULY 26, 2017) (REUTERS) – Its founder once said “take the best that exists – and make it better”, and that’s what Rolls-Royce Motors says it’s done with the eighth version of the Phantom. Continue reading

19Oct/15

‘Multiple’ VW defeat devices – sources

(BVO) – How many different defeat devices did Volkswagen make? And just how many people were in on the scheme?

The company says a few rogue engineers created the software that fooled emissions tests.
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29Sep/15

Actor Paul Walker’s daughter files wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche

Late actor Paul Walker’s 16-year old daughter files a lawsuit against Porsche, claiming the car manufacturer is at fault for his 2013 death.

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28Sep/15

New report shows chasm between car test results and real world

A report by an environmental campaign group reveals new European cars are spewing out more carbon dioxide than laboratory tests show.

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22Sep/15

VW CEO under pressure as scandal spreads

(BVO) – For Volkswagen’s US boss, the timing couldn’t have been worse

A growing scandal, coinciding with a launch that’s been scheduled for months.

Michael Horn had no choice but to face the music.
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22Sep/15

Volkswagen shares plunge on emissions scandal, U.S. widens probe

Volkswagen shares plunge nearly 20 percent after the German carmaker admitted it had rigged emissions tests of diesel-powered vehicles in the United States, and U.S. authorities said they would widen their probe to other automakers.

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