Lars Himmer, managing director of Volkswagen Ireland, outlined sales procedures for new and used cars caught up in the scandal. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill

Volkswagen Group Ireland has warned its dealers that failure to notify affected car buyers about the CO2 emissions scandal “increases the risk of cri(...)

Michael Horn, President and CEO of Volkswagen America, reacts to being mobbed by the media at the LA Auto Show last week.

Americans think Volkswagen Group’s US$1,000 no-strings compensation package for Audi, VW motorists isn’t commensurate with the emissions offence, whi(...)

 Matthias Mueller, CEO of Volkswagen. Last week VW said its internal investigation had  turned up issues with CO2 testing in 800,000 cars in Europe, including almost 100,000 petrol models

A Co Mayo motorist has filed a legal action against Volkswagen in what is believed to be one of the first Irish cases over the firm’s emissions sca(...)

Volkswagen  chief executive Matthias Müller:  he has acknowledged the  tax implications of the emissions scandal Photograph: Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images

Volkswagen has notified the Government that extra tax may be due on Irish cars caught up in the firm’s latest emissions scandal. Last week Volkswage(...)

A Land Rover Defender vehicle  is driven off an inspection line in Birmingham.   Land Rover has recorded significant growth in recent years, up from 408 in 2013 to 532 last year.  Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Jaguar Land Rover’s Irish distributor saw turnover rise 37 per cent last year to €110 million as recovery in the motor trade took hold. Part of the O(...)

Volkswagen was the most popular car brand in Ireland last month, with 473 new cars licensed, despite the emissions scandal.

The number of new cars on Irish roads rose 31.6 per cent over the first ten months compared to the same period last year. According to figures from t(...)

German transport minister Alexander Dobrindt answers questions at a press conference in Berlin on Wednesday about developments in the Volkswagen scandal. Photograph: EPA/Saoeren Stache

Germany is to retest all Volkswagen car models to gauge their genuine emissions levels after new revelations from the carmaker six weeks into its bigg(...)

Nearly all manufacturers sold more cars in September compared with the same month last year

Strong demand for German cars helped lift European sales in September, industry data showed on Friday, contributing to the 25th consecutive month of g(...)

VW test: There was at least some good news for the car giant yesterday as German officials announced plans to subsidise the purchase of electric cars. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Volkswagen has confirmed there is additional suspect software in its 2016 diesel models that would potentially help their exhaust systems to run clean(...)

 Paul Willis MD of Volkswagen Group UK: He said the first “service action” would take place in the first quarter of next year.   Photo:  Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images

For some of the 106,752 Irish motorists affected by Volkswagen Group’s emissions scandal, it’s likely to be 2017 before the issue is resolved. At a B(...)