The board of directors at Volkswagen has agreed on a plan to invest $40 billion in electric cars, autonomous technology, and mobility systems by 2022. That is a big step forward for the company, but can they pull it off?
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The German car industry, led by Volkswagen, has been busy trying to convince European regulators to soften future emissions requirements. It seems their plan is working.
Ford, Daimler, Volkswagen, and BMW have formed a partnership to build 400 fast charger locations throughout Europe. It will be called Ionity and will utilize the CCS charging standard.
The week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” is all about EV concept vehicles— and the headlines were sure full of plenty of press releases about the next, best thing to be in a neighborhood near you.
One of two VW Engineers to plead guilty for their role in the Volkswagen Diesel emissions scandal has been sentenced to serious prison time.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Talks Tough on Diesel, ICE Phase-out just days after “diesel summit” to save diesel engined cars.
New Water-cooled Exhaust Manifold technology from Volkswagen and Honda means More Power, Less Emissions from new internal combustion engines.
With the launch of the 61MPG, 129 HP, 1.9L Bluetec 4 cyl. Golf MK7.5, Volkswagen Launches its First New Diesel Since Dieselgate.
A robust charging infrastructure is the missing piece of the puzzle needed to provide EV drivers the confidence that they can receive a charge at anytime, and virtually anywhere.
Donald Trump just lambasted the German car companies and threatened them with a 35% tariff if they want to sell their products in the US. He told German newspaper Bild on Monday, “If you want to build cars in the world, then I wish you all the best. You can build cars for the United States, […]
The South Korea government is Seeking to press Criminal Prosecution Against VW Executives who knowingly participated in the emissions scandal!
European car makers have agreed to invest in high power charging infrastructure throughout Europe. It will be based on the CCS standard and may support power levels of up to 350 kW.
A Morgan Stanley report predicts electric cars may be as much as 15% of the global new car market by 2025. But that will mean reduced profits for car companies.
The new Volkswagen I.D. electric car will feature an innovative heads up navigation system called augmented reality. The information projected on the windshield will appear as if it was located 50 feet in front of the car.
Volkswagen + Audi have been Caught Cheating on Emissions tests – Again! This time, though, it’s with the company’s popular gasoline models, not diesels.
Ford and Volkswagen both report earnings down more than 50% in the third quarter. Bob Lutz calls out Elon Musk for being a cult leader. Just another day in the car business.