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  • Newswire

    EU Countries Urged to Investigate Emissions Tehnology  

    Responding to the Volkswagen scandal, the European Union's executive branch wants member countries to investigate how many cars are equipped with so-called defeat devices that skew emissions-test results in the automaker's favor....More
  • Newswire

    BMW Denies Report It Manipulated Emissions Tests  

    The luxury automaker says its tests provide accurate results but it will contact the International Council on Clean Transportation which, according to a German trade magazine, found some of its diesel cars far exceeded European emissions standards....More
  • Newswire

    CEO Winterkorn Out Amid VW Emissions-Fixing Scandal  

    Martin Winterkorn is stepping down as VW chief executive after eight years to provide the automaker, rocked by the discovery that emissions tests were rigged to meet U.S. standards, with what he calls "a fresh start."...More
  • Newswire

    EU Engine Tests Draw Scrutiny Amid VW Emissions Scandal  

    The unfolding scandal over VW's rigged emissions tests in the U.S. has brought renewed criticism from environmental groups that long have warned of loopholes in European test regimes....More
  • Newswire

    Unaware of VW Emissions-Test Fudging, Transport Minister Says  

    Denying allegations by the Green Party that he knew beforehand about the technology VW used to manipulate test results, Alexander Dobrindt says he first learned about the scandal in a newspaper article....More
  • Newswire

    WRAPUP 2-Volkswagen chief faces grilling by board over diesel scandal  

    (Adds source, analyst comments, detail, background, shares) * Board committee grilling CEO Winterkorn over scandal * Expected to make recommendation on his future * Full board meeting scheduled for Friday By Andreas Cremer BERLIN, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn faces a reckoning with his board on Wednesday, summoned to explain the falsification of U.S. emissions tests in the biggest scandal in the 78-year history of the world's largest carmaker....More
  • Sep 22, 2015

    VW’s Deception Hurts Entire Auto Industry 10

    This action is so cynical, brazen and devious it has left even VW’s biggest supporters feeling betrayed....More
  • Newswire

    Volkswagen Denies CEO on Way Out  

    A media report that Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn will be replaced as VW grapples with allegations of falsifying emissions tests is "nonsense," a spokesman says....More
  • Newswire

    VW Rolls Back Guidance as Emissions Scandal Unfolds  

    The automaker will set aside about €6.5 billion to cover costs related to the fallout from allegations it falsified results of emissions tests of its diesel models in the U.S. and other markets....More
  • Newswire

    Clarify Emissions Allegations, German Economy Minister Tells VW  

    Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel says the automaker must demonstrate transparency to protect "the justifiably excellent reputation of the German car industry."...More
  • Newswire

    No Links to VW Emissions Allegations, Daimler Says  

    Mercedes says it is not affected by allegations by the U.S. EPA that VW used software that yielded inaccurate readings of toxic emissions....More
  • Newswire

    China Auto Exec Says Green-Car Push in Works  

    Beijing Automotive Group Chairman Xu Heyi says the government will give credits to automakers manufacturing and selling electric and hybrid vehicles, and to consumers who buy them....More
  • Newswire

    New California Bus-Emissions Rules May Sideline Natural Gas  

    CARB is leaning toward allowing only true zero-emissions transit vehicles, but a natural-gas industry group wants to include so-called renewable natural gas made from organic material....More

Mar 8, 2018

Toyota Camry Hybrid 2.5L Atkinson 4-Cyl. – 2018 Award Acceptance

Masashi Hakariya, project manager-engine development at Toyota, accepts award for Toyota Camry Hybrid at 2018 Wards 10 Best Engines ceremony....More


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