Volkswagen Apologizes For Racist Instagram Ad
German automaker Volkswagen has apologized for a racist ad it posted on its Instagram page while promoting the new Golf 8 car. In the now deleted video, a pair of oversized white hands drags a black man from Volkswagen's new Golf 8, before flicking him into a restaurant called Petit Colon, which translates from French…
‘Policies, incentives will assist OEMs, automotive market’
Africa needs to have policies and incentives in place to help original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs), such as German automotive manufacturer Volkswagen (VW), gain access to the automotive market in Africa...
Europeans face crisis with EV
Europe’s automakers arrived at the Frankfurt auto show armed with a raft of new electric vehicles (EV) and a message to deliver to policymakers: These cars will not solve the climate crisis alone.
Mr Volkswagen' Piech dead at 82
Former Volkswagen boss Ferdinand Piech, who has died at 82, was the autocratic heir of a storied motoring dynasty who drove VW from the brink of bankruptcy to become a global empire.
US auto workers at VW plant reject bid to unionize
The United Auto Workers union has suffered a fresh defeat at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee, with workers narrowly voting down a move to organize the factory for a second time.
FG, Volkswagen seal pact on automobile hub
The Federal Government and Volkswagen Group have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop an automotive hub in Nigeria.
Volkswagen sees 'good start' to 2018 despite slip in profits
German car giant Volkswagen on Thursday reported a drop in profits but nonetheless said strong sales got the year off to "a good start", as new CEO Herbert Diess pushes on with a post-dieselgate revamp of the behemoth.
Volkswagen invests $40b on electric cars
“With the planning round now approved, we are laying the foundation for making Volkswagen the world’s No. 1 player in electric mobility by 2025,” Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said at a press conference.