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VW mulls moving Passat production to Skoda plant in CR16. November
Volkswagen Group may move production of the VW Passat to a Skoda plant in the Czech Republic as part of a wider factory shake-up to accommodate electric cars, a...
New positions for Edyta Wasiluk and Lukasz Liss13. November
CG Car-Garantie strengthens its leading position in Central Eastern Europe. As new Director Central Eastern Europe (CEE), Edyta Wasiluk is now responsible for the markets in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary,...
BMW expands recall on fire risk to 1.6 million vehicles23. October
BMW is recalling about 1.6 million diesel cars to fix a potential fire hazard in their engines, expanding repairs from just under half a million vehicles in Europe and...
Automakers warn against tough emissions caps ahead of EU vote3. October
European automakers’ industry association ACEA warned that excessively steep cuts in carbon dioxide emissions limits on cars and vans could harm the industry and cost jobs ahead of a...
Skoda unions oppose moving Superb output to Germany19. September
Trade unions at Volkswagen Group’s Czech unit Skoda oppose any idea of moving some of the production of its flagship Superb sedan to German plants.
VW, BMW, Daimler face EU probe over collusion on emissions tech18. September
The European Commission has opened a formal investigation into whether German automakers BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen Group colluded to avoid competition in developing clean emissions technology.
Germany dismisses report on VW emissions manipulation3. September
Germany’s Transport Ministry said on Sunday there was no fresh news in a Bild am Sonntag report that Volkswagen Group engineers told investigators certain gasoline engines in VW, Audi...
Škoda workers fear moving of production to Germany31. August
Workers at Skoda Auto’s Mlada Boleslav plant fear that the Volkswagen Group, owners of the Czech marque, intend to shift a part of the production to Germany or other...
PSA halts 308 output at Sochaux plant after gearbox problem30. August
PSA Group has halted production of the Peugeot 308 at its plant in Sochaux, France, after the factory ran out of manual transmissions.
VW plans wave of dismissals following diesel scandal27. August
Volkswagen Group plans to fire a group of engineers and managers implicated in the automaker’s diesel emissions-cheating scandal, German press reports said.
VW CEO Diess received memo about fallout from emissions violations27. August
Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess was given a memorandum warning the company might face legal action in the U.S. over the use of cheating software in cars just days before...
Siemens and Bentley strengthen strategic alliance27. August
Strategic alliance with Bentley Systems, which started in 2016, to be further expanded. In the companies’ latest Alliance Board meeting, Bentley Systems and Siemens decided to further strengthen their...
S. Korea to ban 20,000 BMWs following engine fires15. August
South Korea’s transport ministry said on Tuesday it would ban about 20,000 BMW vehicles from the streets amid mounting public fears about engine fires.
Škoda continues on course for growth in July14. August
Škoda made a strong start to the second half of the year, delivering 99,700 vehicles to customers worldwide in July, and exceeding last year’s car deliveries by 14.6%. Alongside...
BMW apologizes over 27 engine fires in S. Korea7. August
BMW’s South Korean unit apologized over 27 engine fires between January and July that have prompted a government probe and a major backlash from consumers.
Automakers risk $16 billion in fines on EU emission breaches7. August
Manufacturers ranging from Renault to Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler are on the hook for total fines in excess of 14 billion euros ($16 billion), should they fail to comply with...