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When you're the pope, you tend to get lavish gifts from visitors. Lamborghini just took it up a notch.
As automakers look for advanced technologies, their unfamiliar suppliers are bringing new ideas to old purchasing departments.
At semi-truck reveal, Tesla hauls out a surprise roadster; Nissan blames inspection scandal on lack of trained staff; Enlisting Ford expertise in cancer fight; A papal Lamborghini.
NHTSA opened an investigation into potential airbag failures in 415,000 Volkswagen vehicles after the company issued a recall for the same issue in 2015.
Tesla truck a game-changer or distraction?; VW's five-year, $40B EV plan; Report: Porsche mulling hybrid 911; Toyota, Suzuki to sell EVS in India; JLR robocar hits London streets.
Volkswagen approved an unprecedented five-year spending plan that aims to further the company's goal of transforming itself into a leading force in electric vehicles and autonomous transportation.
VW plans to spend nearly $12 billion by 2025 to develop and manufacture all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles as it seeks to comply with stringent new rules in China.
Pope Francis was given a $200,000 Lamborghini Huracan, which will be auctioned to raise money for charity. The Vatican said the money would help Christians rebuild their homes in Iraq.
VW said it obeyed the law in the payment of its works council chief, whose office was raided along with those of the company's chairman, finance chief and head of personnel.
The Tuesday raid was related to suspicions of overpayments and tax evasion for VW works council chief Bernd Osterloh, a company spokesman said.
Volkswagen confirmed it has agreed to pay $69 million to settle New Jersey state diesel emissions claims, one of the last major outstanding diesel legal issues the German automaker faces in the U.S.
Germany's financial watchdog is investigating whether Volkswagen illegally disclosed information about emissions violations to third parties, adding to the company's legal headaches more than two years after the scandal broke
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