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Why There Are Zero Easter Eggs in the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta

The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta is all business, as buttoned down as a German civil servant and nearly as free of smiles. Unlike many other vehicles available today, this compact four-door lacks any whimsical touches. In recent years, automakers from FCA to Jaguar Land Rover have…

Volkswagen’s monkeys

… inhaling diesel fumes from a Volkswagen. The research was commissioned by … three big German car manufacturers: Volkswagen, Daimler and BMW. The reaction … . At a meeting in Brussels, Volkswagen Group CEO Matthias Mueller addressed … ’t help Steg himself, whom Volkswagen promptly…

2019 Audi A7 Review and First Drive

The Audi A7 is the German automaker’s unique take on a four-door car that combines a sleek, swept-back coupe profile with a practical liftback. But since its debut nearly eight years ago, the A7 has been shamefully copied by companies like BMW (with the 6…

Red Read

A U.S. soldier studies a map as Army National Guardsmen and German service members compete in urban operations skills during the 2018 Best Warrior Competition at McCrady Training Center in Eastover, S.C., Jan. 29, 2018. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gracie I. Lee…

The intricacies surrounding Volkswagen’s assembly plant in Rwanda – Ventures Africa

Photograph — AutoPlus.fr German automobile company, Volkswagen AG announced this month that it would be opening its assembly plant in Rwanda by May this year. It is the first automobile company to invest in Rwanda, and plans are already in place for it to launch…

Volkswagen dieselgate: Outrage over monkey and human tests

German politicians are demanding to know why well-known carmakers funded research into secret tests on toxic exhaust fumes. BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen have been implicated in the scandal after a research group did tests on monkeys and humans. Al Jazeera’s Dominic Kane reports from Berlin….

Volkswagen Apologizes for Unethical Diesel Study Conducted on its Behalf – VWVortex

Over the weekend, it was reported that German automakers funded research where monkeys were exposed to diesel exhaust fumes from an emissions-cheating VW Beetle. Volkswagen Group, Daimler, and BMW all condemned the study — saying they were appalled by the logistics employed for research they were funding. On Monday,…

Volkswagen, BMW condemn use of monkeys in diesel fumes study | THEVOLKSWAGEN.COM

Spread the love FRANKFURT: German carmakers Daimler BMW and Volkswagen on Saturday denounced a scientific experiment which exposed monkeys to toxic diesel fumes, the latest aftershock from an exhaust-rigging scandal rocking the auto industry. The New York Times on Friday said German carmakers had used…

Volkswagen Accused of Rigging Experiment on Monkeys Prior to Dieselgate | THEVOLKSWAGEN.COM

Spread the love The lengths at which German carmakers went in order to deceive the public when it comes to the emission levels seem unparalleled in the history of the industrialized world. With the Dieselgate fallout still looming and lawsuits popping up all over the…

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