Volkswagen Seeking To Correct Emissions Standards Errors

Volkswagen engineers cheated on U.S. emissions tests, according to a recent investigation. The falsified reports occurred, in part, because their vehicles couldn’t meet the nation’s emission standards. The United States is known for having stricter …

Volkswagen: Engineers couldn't meet U.S. emissions laws

Volkswagen AG Chief Executive Officer Matthias Mueller speaks exclusively to Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols in his first television interview since becoming CEO. Bloomberg Volkswagen chairman Hans-Dieter Potsch speaks to reporters at a press conference in Germany.

Volkswagen: group of engineers began working on cheat in 2005

WOLFSBURG, germany — A small group of Volkswagen engineers began working as early as 2005 on emissions-cheating software after they were unable to find a technical solution to U.S. emissions controls as the automaker pushed into the North American market …

Volkswagen staff began working on cheat in 2005 to crack US market

The update by Poetsch reiterated the assertion that only a small group of engineers and managers were involved in the creation of the software, with Poetsch citing three main factors that allowed the emission-test cheating to happen on such a wide scale.

How Volkswagen plans to prevent another Dieselgate

One day after announcing that its carbon-dioxide problem is smaller than initially feared, Volkswagen delivered a trove of information that offers insight into its investigation into the larger issue of cheating diesel emissions. This marks the first time …

Weak Points’ Led To Widespread Volkswagen Cheating, Says Top Execs

Volkswagen announced Thursday that the automaker’s investigation had identified institutional breakdowns and individual misconduct that led to the installation of more than 11 million “defeat devices” aimed at cheating emissions tests in its diesel …

Volkswagen emissions cheating was not a one-time error

WOLFSBURG, Germany — Volkswagen said Thursday that its emissions cheating scandal began in 2005 with a decision to heavily promote diesel engines in the United States and a realization that those engines could not meet clean air standards. What followed …

Volkswagen suspends 9 managers over diesel scandal

Volkswagen has suspended nine managers suspected of involvement in the manipulation of diesel emissions tests that plunged the automaker into crisis. Investigations into what happened when, and who was responsible, continue and will run well into next year …

UAW Holds Election With ‘No Concern’ For Volkswagen Workers

The American Council of Employees (ACE) in a letter Thursday expresses great concern over how the United Auto Workers is trying to unionize employees at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn. The union is trying to organize a subgroup of 164 skilled …

Volkswagen says cars in India not equipped with defeat device, meet norms

New Delhi: Crisis-hit German auto major Volkswagen today said its recall of 3.24 lakh vehicles in India would begin in the first quarter of 2016, even as it contested the government’s charge of committing a “well thought-out crime” by cheating on emission …