Volkswagen wants to extract 3 billion euros ($3.41 billion) in price cuts from its suppliers to help mitigate the costs of the emissions scandal that has rocked the company, German newspaper Handelsblatt reported.
Volkswagen Group will pick Skoda development chief Frank Welsch to replace suspended executive Heinz-Jakob Neusser as head of technical development at the VW brand, Auto Motor und Sport reported, citing officials at VW.
Volkswagen Group has not found any evidence against three top engineers suspended as part of its internal investigation into the rigging of U.S. emissions tests, a source close to the company’s supervisory board told Reuters.
Romanian dealerships will recall new and used cars involved in the Volkswagen diesel-emissions scandal for repairs after the German transport ministry sends its Romanian counterpart an action plan on Oct. 7, Romania’s transport minister said.
Czech Car Importers Association held a press conference on Monday, October 5. “In the 3rd quarter of 2015, first vehicle registrations grew in the Czech Republic,” announced the SDA secretary Pavel Tunkl.
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