The former Volkswagen chief executive has been charged in the US with conspiring to mislead regulators leading to the diesel emissions scandal in 2015.
Diesel is now almost regarded as anti-social. The problem does not lie with the facts, it lies with the perception that has been created, argues Jim Saker
Volkswagen has announced 30,000 job cuts in a restructuring drive designed to help the company recover from the diesel emissions scandal which began more than a year ago.
Renault-Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn, has warned the Volkswagen emissions scandal is hitting worldwide diesel vehicle sales.
Fleets and company car drivers will be able to cancel their orders for certain Volkswagen Group models as they face increases in CO2 emissions and potentially tax bills.
Emissions Analytics is launching its own NOx accreditation initiative to show the emissions of vehicles in real-world driving conditions.
Caffyns has reported a profit before tax increase of 30% to £1.5 million, with increases across all areas of the business for its half year ended September 30.
The VW emissions scandal has damaged motorists’ trust in manufacturers’ environmental claims, but it hasn’t deterred them from considering diesel in the future.
VW chief executive Matthias Mueller has said the company has now found technical solutions for 90% of the European vehicles affected by its emissions scandal.
PSA Peugeot Citroen has confirmed it will publish real-world fuel economy figures on its cars in spring next year.
Vauxhall has defended its previous statement saying its models do not feature emissions defeat devices after accusations made by BBC Panorama.
The Transport Select Committee has launched an inquiry to examine whether the vehicle type approval testing is fit for purpose.
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