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Mercedes-Benz Vans enjoyed a record sales year in 2017 based on solid demand for the large van segment, particularly the Sprinter. Volker Mornhinweg discussed the division's outlook with Automotive News Europe.
Mercedes-Benz and BMW stand to lose most from tit-for-tat import tariffs imposed first by the U.S. on China and then reciprocated. Unfortunately for both, there isn't much they can do to shield themselves from the fallout.
Like many other people, my faith in diesel has been challenged by revelations of emissions cheating.
It's not coming to the U.S. or Canada, but Volkswagen hopes its T-Cross small crossover will appeal to young families in urban areas almost everywhere else in the world.
VW hopes its new T-Cross subcompact SUV will appeal to young families in urban areas that want a maximum amount of rear legroom and trunk space in a small package.
Opel's works council boss has spent most of the past six years quietly settling labor conflicts behind closed doors. PSA's latest move caused him to change tactics.
Opel's unions condemned the possible partial sell-off of the automaker's Ruesselsheim-based r&d arm, demanding management explain itself at a town hall meeting this week.
VW believes it has a blueprint that could pave the way for a renegotiation of its more than 3,000 European auto dealers contracts.
VW released the first image of its forthcoming T-Cross, a small crossover that is expected to round out the automaker's SUV range. The T-Cross will make its world debut this autumn.
VW Group let its diesel fleet renewal program in Germany expire at the end of June, a company source said, deciding against extending the incentive for a third time.
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler, who is being held in prison in connection with parent VW Group's diesel scandal, likely will not return to his post even if he clears his name, according to company insiders.
Volkswagen has opened Rwanda's first car plant as it seeks to benefit from expected increased demand for mobility in the East African nation.
Germany's KBA vehicle regulatory agency is examining Audi's vehicle development at the automaker's headquarters in Ingolstadt for irregularities in its emissions testing in the latest sign that authorities no longer trust...
Audi cancelled a marketing event in Brussels where it was due to launch its first purpose-built electric vehicle after the arrest of CEO Rupert Stadler put a shadow over the brand in Europe.
It would have been just another busy week at Audi were it not for a little matter of the arrest and imprisonment of CEO Rupert Stadler.
When a crisis strikes, a company's board must spring into action and take charge to quickly restore confidence.
Porsche has bought a 10 percent stake in Rimac Automobili, a Croatian startup that specializes in superfast electric supercars.
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler could not have been more prophetic when he said last month: "The diesel crisis is not yet over for us."
Waymo's vehicles have passed the 7-million-mile mark of fully autonomous driving on public roads, CEO John Krafcik says. The head of Alphabet's self-driving subsidiary also said Waymo wants to expand to Europe.
Waymo aims to expand beyond the U.S. by entering Europe, potentially offering a mobility service with a fully driverless car fleet in cooperation with a local partner, CEO John Krafcik said.
Tumbling diesel sales in Europe do not signal a grim future for the technology, a senior GM powertrain executive said, citing new evidence suggesting nitrogen oxide emissions can be cut to an absolute minimum.
The BMW 3 series is still the benchmark against which all midsize sedans are measured, but the outgoing 'F30' model largely failed to live up to expectations.
The CEO of Daimler's Smart business, Annette Winkler, is stepping down after eight years as head of the automaker's microcar brand.
The CEO of Daimler's Smart business, Annette Winkler, is stepping down after eight years as head of the automaker's microcar brand. Daimler said a successor will be appointed at a later date.
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