British VW drivers affected by emissions scandal must be compensated, says minister

According to UK Transport Minister John Haynes, nearly 1.2 million British Volkswagen (VW) drivers affected by the diesel emissions scandal have been "taken for a ride" by the automaker in so far a

EU initiates legal action against 7 member countries for failing to act on diesel emissions

According to a Reuters report, legal action was initiated by the European Union (EU) on Thursday against seven member countries for their failure to act adequately on diesel emission after Volkswag

CARB rejects VW’s recall proposal for 85,000 diesel vehicles

The vehicle recall proposal submitted by German automaker Volkswagen AG (VW) for 85,000 diesel-powered vehicles affected by the emissions-cheating scandal has been rejected by the California Air Resources Board

Matthias Mueller: VW will not replicate US diesel settlement in Europe

In a recent report, German newspaper Welt am Sonntag has revealed that Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller has made it clear that the historic $15 billion settlement of the automaker’s diesel-emission scandal in the US will not be replicated in Europe.