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German automakers at most risk from Trump tariffs18. February
The U.S. Commerce Department sent a report on Sunday to President Donald Trump that could unleash steep tariffs on imported cars and auto parts. Profits at German automakers are...
Yanfeng is honored with the Top Employer Award14. February
Yanfeng Automotive Interiors (YFAI), the global leader inautomotive interiors, is awarded as a Top Employer 2019 for its good working conditions in Germany and Slovakia.
Siemens opens battery module factory in Norway29. January
Together with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Siemens this week opened one of the world’s most advanced and robotic battery module factories in Trondheim, Norway. In the future, 55...
Benzina enters Slovak market24. January
Benzina, the largest network of filling stations in the Czech Republic, is entering the Slovak market. It plans to open the first filling station in Slovakia in Malacky close...
Japanese prosecutors want Ghosn to sign confession, his son tells7. January
Japanese prosecutors want Carlos Ghosn to confess to financial misconduct, his son told French weekly Journal du Dimanche.
European sales fall 8%; no sign of rebound18. December
Volkswagen Group’s Audi and Porsche brands, Renault and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles led an 8.1 percent decline in European sales in November, as the introduction of tougher WLTP emissions tests...
Auto industry reacts to deal on CO2 targets for cars and vans18. December
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) takes note of the final deal on the CO2 regulation for cars and vans, setting targets for the years 2025 and 2030, which...
Ford names new product development chief in Europe13. December
Ford promoted global programs director Joerg Bayer to head of product development in Europe as part of upcoming changes designed to return the region to profitability.
VW says the next generation of cars with combustion engines will be its last6. December
Volkswagen Group expects the era of the combustion car to fade away after it rolls out its next-generation gasoline and diesel cars beginning in 2026.
VW brand to reduce model complexity, engine variants6. December
Volkswagen Group’s core brand aims to raise its profit margin faster than previously planned despite rising investments for electric vehicles.
German court rules VW must buy back diesel car23. November
A German court has ruled Volkswagen must reimburse the owner of a diesel Golf the full original price of his vehicle bought in 2012, dealing a blow to the...
German court imposes diesel ban on western cities and autobahn20. November
A German administrative court has ruled that the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia must ban older diesel vehicles from the cities of Gelsenkirchen and Essen, including part of the...
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.