Matthias Muller:  had a difficult trip to the US last week. Photograph:  Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images

Volkswagen has moved to dispel questions over the future of its newly appointed chief executive, saying Matthias Müller’s job was never in doubt foll(...)

 Matthias Mueller, chief executive  of  Volkswagen: he  is due to hold a press conference on Thursday to outline the findings of the initial investigation into both emissions scandals. Photograph: Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images

Initial findings of an investigation into the Volkswagen Group’s array of cheating scandals claims the number of cars with the wrong CO2 emissions fi(...)

Before the champagne corks begin popping in Volkswagen dealerships, it should be noted that VW has merely identified the number of current cars affected and still have to work out how many older models had wrong figures.

So what is the latest on the Volkswagen saga? The car giant has said an initial investigation into the various scandals at the firm has found that i(...)

Allegations that Volkswagen lied about the carbon dioxide emissions  evaporated into thin air as the embattled German car maker said they had been proven to be largely unfounded.

An initial investigation into the Volkswagen Group’s array of cheating scandals has cleared the carmaker of claims it systematically cheated on CO2 fi(...)

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(...)

 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(...)

Johann Jungwirth, the Volkswagen Group’s new Head of Digital Transformation, after leaving Apple
Volkswagen poaches Apple executive
  • Motors
  • November 11, 2015, 13:17

At first glance, poaching an executive from tech giant Apple to lead Volkswagen’s autonomous car push seems like an odd strategy. That’s until you rea(...)

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(...)

Volkswagen Group chief executive Matthias Müller has admitted that the complexities of operating in more than 100 markets around the world with three engine capacities and six transmissions has made fixing the troubled EA189 motors far harder than a simple software reflash.

Volkswagen is racing against time to deliver thousands of different recall solutions to its emissions-cheating crisis. Freshly installed chief (...)

Volkswagen UK have confirmed around 1.2 million vehicles in Britain, including Audi, Seat and Skoda cars, were affected by the emissions software at the centre of an investigation into rigging of vehicle emissions tests.

Volkswagen UK said around 1.2 million vehicles in Britain, including Audi, Seat and Skoda cars, were affected by the emissions software at the centre (...)