The Chrysler 300 has certainly made its mark in the American luxury market as it is able to give a fight to its European rivals. Now that Audi has commenced selling the all-new A4, is the 300 still good enough?
Volkswagen said it was postponing a recall of tens of thousands of vehicles to remove a device designed to cheat pollution tests, after failing to obtain regulatory approval for the repair.
In Germany, the land of the Autobahn, where speed is regarded as a national right, the best-selling sports car last month wasn’t the locally-built Porsche 911. It was the Ford Mustang.
German towns and cities plagued by car and truck pollution will soon get the legal tools they need to ban older diesel vehicles from streets where emissions are highest.
Germany’s largest insurance company is offering an app which allows you to win money back on your car insurance if it records you driving safely.
Why did Porsche get six million euros to develop a luxury e-car? Why does Berlin need to spend 10 million to move a fountain? The German taxpayers’ association is back to moan about more budget absurdities. Deutsche Welle reports.
BMW announced Wednesday it would aim to earn more money by selling digital services outside its conventional business of shifting cars to clients around the globe.
An attempt by Audi to get some good PR by hiring one of Austria’s top female TV presenters to showcase the new Audi Q2 flopped badly when she couldn’t start it.
German luxury automobile maker BMW celebrates its centennial this week. The small engine manufacturer rose to a global player with the Nazi era playing a key role in the company’s development.
German car maker Mercedes has given robots at its factory some tough news – they’ve become redundant in the modern world and will be replaced by more flexible humans.