Volkswagen fined $1.2 billion in Germany over diesel scandal
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 BERLIN (AP) — Automaker Volkswagen says it’s being fined 1 billion euros ($1.18 billion) by German authorities in connection with the diesel emissions scandal. Volkswagen said in a statement Wednesday it would accept the fine imposed by prosecutors in the German city of Braunschweig. Prosecutors concluded that Volkswagen failed to properly oversee the activity of […]
According to Reuters, Volkswagen AG will pay owners of diesel-powered vehicles up to $1,000 in Vermont to settle state lawsuits. Vermont's attorney general stated there will be additional payments related to the state's $6.5 million settlement with VW. But the state lawsuits sought to resolve...
According to Automotive News, Audi's Scott Keogh is set to succeed Hinrich Woebcken as CEO of VW Group in North America. When Keogh becomes CEO on November 1, he will be the first American to hold the..
VW Group brand 'accepts responsibility' for breaking emissions rules
Audi has been fined €800 million (around £700m) as part of a settlement with German... Autocar - AutomotiveAlso reported by •Reuters