U.S. factory activity contracted for a fourth straight month in November as new orders slumped back to around their lowest level since 2012, while construction spending fell in October, tempering optimism over the economy that had been fanned by a recent run of upbeat reports.
The total number of people working as mechanical engineers in Germany reached almost 200,000, hitting record high.
…Volkswagen engaged in an “obvious cheat” when it allegedly fitted cars with a device that circumvented pollution emissions limits, the High Court was told on Monday, as one of the UK’s biggest consumer…
Volkswagen has employed a range of “progressively more innovative” arguments to claim the software fitted to millions of its vehicles is not a defeat device designed to cheat emissions tests, the high court has heard.
If the mid-engine 2020 Corvette Stingray’s $59,995 price seems like good deal, that’s because it is.
Volkswagen AG is facing one of the largest-ever U.K. class action lawsuits, with almost 100,000 vehicle owners accusing it of misleading them by installing emissions-cheating software that made it appear their diesel vehicles met environmental standards.
The wheel came loose from a truck and rolled across the six-lane highway outside the dealership before smashing into a wall and continuing through the double-pane glass into the car.
Tens of thousands of British drivers on Monday accused Volkswagen of fitting devices to cheat clean air laws at the start of the country’s biggest class action lawsuit brought to tackle “dieselgate”.
Despite Slovakia having no car brand of its own, the automotive industry is one of the main pillars of the Slovak economy.
German carmaker BMW announced on Monday to invest 400 million euros (441 million U.S. dollars) in upgrading its largest European production site to produce the all-electric BMW iNEXT.