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  • Volkswagen calls Golf 8 into workshops for software update

    German carmaker Volkswagen is calling the latest model of its workhorse Golf series into the workshops for a software update.


  • Court orders VW to compensate Dutch car owners in emissions scandal

    ​Volkswagen must pay hundreds of millions of euros in damages to Dutch car owners caught up in the so-called emissions scandal, according to a ruling by an Amsterdam court on Wednesday.


  • Volkswagen: Chip shortage creating "extremely volatile" situation

    ​​The shortage of important semiconductor chips needed for the proper functioning of cars shows no sign of abating, Volkswagen said on Tuesday.


  • Volkswagen sees China as "anchor of stability" as annual revenues fall 11.8 pct

    China "remained the largest single market for Volkswagen in 2020" with a market share of 19.3 percent. According to Volkswagen, newly introduced car models in particular achieved a good market performance in China.


  • Volkswagen brand sales drop 15.1 pct in 2020

    Sales of German carmaker Volkswagen's core brand dropped by 15.1 percent year-on-year to around 5.33 million vehicles in 2020, the company said on Tuesday.


  • Volkswagen opens R&D center for e-mobility in east China

    German car manufacturer Volkswagen inaugurated a research and development (R&D) center in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, on Tuesday to promote e-mobility development in China.


  • Volkswagen to invest 15 bln euros in e-mobility with Chinese partners

    German carmaker Volkswagen is positioning itself to take a leading role in the development of China's new-energy vehicle (NEV) industry, with plans for large-scale financial investment in the coming years.


  • Volkswagen to launch road test for self-driving vehicles in east China

    German carmaker Volkswagen will pilot its autonomous-driving travel service in China as the first license plate for road tests was issued to the company on Wednesday.


  • Volkswagen to recall 1,220 imported vehicles in China

    Volkswagen Group Import (China) Co. and FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co. will recall over 1,000 imported vehicles in the Chinese market due to concerns over transmission oil leakage, said China's quality watchdog.


  • China Focus: Volkswagen strengthens investment as China continues opening up

    German carmaker Volkswagen has announced plans to invest 2.1 billion euros (about 2.3 billion U.S. dollars) in China to develop its electric vehicle business in the country.


  • Vehicle sales of Volkswagen group fall by almost 40 pct in March

    Worldwide group sales of Volkswagen fall by 37.6 percent to about 623,000 vehicles in March year-on-year, the German carmaker announced on Friday.


  • VW's China sales drop 35 pct in Q1

    Volkswagen reported a 35.1-percent year-on-year decrease of car sales in China for the first quarter of 2020.


  • VW plans to restart car production in German plants this month

    Carmaker Volkswagen plans to restart vehicle production in Germany at the end of April.


  • Volkswagen, Chinese startup to build flexible quick charging stations in China

    Volkswagen Group Components and the startup Shanghai DU-POWER New Energy Technical Co., Ltd. will jointly produce flexible quick charging stations in China, the German automobile manufacturer announced on Wednesday.


  • Volkswagen extends US production pause due to coronavirus crisis

    German carmaker Volkswagen on Wednesday suspended production in its US plant in Tennessee by another week due to the coronavirus crisis.


  • Volkswagen extends production suspension in the US

    Volkswagen Group has extended the suspension of its US production site in Chattanooga in the state of Tennessee on Wednesday by one week due to the coronavirus pandemic.


  • FAW-Volkswagen resumes production amid epidemic

    FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. resumed production at its four production bases across China as of Monday amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.


  • Volkswagen brand increases deliveries in 2019 despite declining overall market

    The Volkswagen brand delivered 6,278,300 vehicles worldwide in 2019, an increase of 0.5 percent compared with the previous year, the German car manufacturer announced on Monday.


  • Volkswagen accelerates goals for electric cars

    Volkswagen is accelerating its plans for the production and sale of electric cars.


  • ​Volkswagen brand sells significantly more cars, thanks largely to China

    In October, the carmaker Volkswagen was able to gain considerable ground when it came to sales. Last month, the Wolfsburg-based company delivered 562,200 cars with the VW logo to customers worldwide, 8.8 percent more than the same month last year, the company announced on Wednesday.


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