On November 7, 1957, the first “Trabi” rolled off the line. Thousands of them crossed from East to West Germany in 1989, two years before its production was halted. Explore the history of the car that’s now cult.
State-owned rail company Deutsche Bahn unveiled its first-ever driverless bus Wednesday, saying the shuttle will bring passengers through a picturesque spa town to the train station.
German automakers say they have new and improved diesels that meet or beat ever-tightening emissions standards. But will consumers buy them the way they used to in the wake of the Volkswagen scandal and threats of diesel bans?
Despite the recent “America First” scoldings of President Donald Trump, foreign automakers have helped transform the economy of the Deep South in the past three decades.
The Volkswagen Golf was not Europe’s top-selling car in March for the first time in seven years, according to an analysis last week by Jato Dynamics.
German luxury carmaker Daimler and auto parts supplier Bosch will work together to create completely driverless cars in the next few years, the two companies said Tuesday.
The driver of a luxury Tesla car showed incredible speed of thought to perform a controlled crash when a nearby car starting swerving across the road.
German carmakers BMW, Daimler, Porsche and Audi and US competitor Ford said on Tuesday they would cooperate on a Europe-wide network of electric charging stations.
Volkswagen aims to be the world leader in electric cars by 2025, brand chief Herbert Diess said Tuesday, as the German car giant shifts its focus to clean-energy vehicles after the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal.
Audi has redesigned its sporty midsize coupes, giving them a new look and two new engines along with lots of electronic goodies.