• Suzuki-related Premises in Europe Raided over Emission Scandal

    Authorities in Germany, Italy and Hungary have searched on Wednesday the premises of  Japanese car producer Suzuki and its suppliers, looking for evidence of the use of emission devices that provided fake readings and made it look as if the cars met European Union regulations.

  • Cars in Turkmenistan: Reserves of the Elite

    While ordinary people inTurkmenistan, one of the world’s most closed-off societies, are not expected to own luxurious cars, the local elite, mostly relatives of the country’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, are excused.

  • Dieselgate: Former Audi Executive on Trial

    The ex-CEO of a world-renowned German car manufacturer will this week become the first of the company’s former executives to stand trial over the Dieselgate emissions-cheating scandal.

  • Germany Charges Audi Executives in Dieselgate Scandal

    Germans prosecutors pressed on Thursday fraud charges against three former board members and a retired senior employee of the automobile manufacturer Audi for being involved in the manipulation of engines to make them appear spewing less harmful pollutants.

  • EU Investigating Five German Carmakers For Economic Cartel

    Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Porsche and Daimler are under investigation by the EU and German authorities for forming a secret ‘economic cartel’ in the 1990s to collude on diesel emissions, after Daimler blew the whistle, media reported Monday.

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