Is CAFE an effective way to combat climate change? Or is it an antiquated idea that should be abandoned in favor of a more progressive and collaborative approach?
The board of directors for Volkswagen decided last week to delay releasing a preliminary report prepared by its attorneys about its diesel cheating woes. Are they protecting someone?
At the SAE World Conference this week, representatives from many manufacturers called for more uniform emissions protocols among the world’s nations and realistic testing procedures.
Even though VW is getting all the negative headlines, Renault failed its diesel emissions test, too, and is hoping new technology will help fix the problem.
A new lawsuit brought against Mercedes-Benz states that the company’s existing diesel engines pollute up to 65x the legal amount when it’s cold out.
The EPA may be ready to encourage Volkswagen to invest in making electric cars in the US according to a report from Reuters, quoting a German news source.
Independent testers in Europe found Fiat emissions more than twenty times higher than the legal limit- is this the next round of dieselgate?
John McElroy, senior editor at AutoBlog, thinks CAFE is too expensive and takes to long to work. He recommends measures to reduce congestion and fix older cars first.
America has a two tier car market, industry observers say. One is made up of trucks and big SUVs that people want to buy. The other is composed of EVs that people don’t want to buy. How long can that go on?
Volkswagen chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch says that the diesel emissions cheating scandal was caused by a few engineers who couldn’t meet a company deadline.
The 1.6 liter diesel engine found in many European Renault-Nissan vehicles has been caught cheating emissions tests, with nox emissions 25x the limit!
Volkswagen’s ongoing diesel emissions drama could take a new twist: as it happens, that emissions cheat might be perfectly legal!
Things just keep getting worse and worse for Volkswagen- and now the company has admitted to cheating EPA emissions tests with its V6 diesels, as well!
In a bid to buy back trust from US diesel buyers, Volkswagen is offering a $500 Visa gift card to qualifying 2.0 TDi owners.
A recent report says green cars may not be all that green because the electricity they use for charging may come from coal fired generating plants. Oh, my.
VW has issued a recall for more than 8.5 million of its emissions-cheating diesel cars in the EU, with rumors that the company will buy back US cars.
Europe’s Emissions Analytics has tested almost 200 diesel powered cars and found almost all of them have higher diesel emissions on the road than in testing.
The latest all-new engine from Mercedes-AMG is this 4.0 L twin-turbo V8 that makes nearly 500 HP while delivering 38% better fuel economy than the old 6.3!
On September 27, Paris went car free for a day. What happened? Pollution fell by 1/3 and noise levels dropped 50%. The city plans to have more car free days.
Can bitter rivals Coke and Pepsi come together to save the world? Probably not, but they can burn thousands of barrels less each year if they try hard!