Audi's Schot appointed CEO on permanent basisDec. 12
Audi marketing expert Bram Schot will become the luxury brand's CEO on Jan. 1, making permanent a role he has held on an interim basis since June. Schot was originally considered a longshot to permanently lead the automaker because he lacks an engineering background.
VW expects new EV platform to give it an edge over rivalsDec. 12
Audi's Santa has midlife crisis, sheds pounds to fit into an RS 5Dec. 11
VW denies allegations chairman knew early about emissions cheatingDec. 9
VW-Ford talks are gaining steamDec. 10
Beetle gets special colors for latest farewellDec. 10
VW will accelerate margin hike for core brandDec. 6
VW has 800 million reasons to consider an Audi plant in the U.S.Dec. 5
VW says it might use Ford manufacturing capacity in U.S.Dec. 4
Volkswagen's CEO said after a meeting at the White House that the German automaker was building an alliance with Ford and that they might use the U.S. automaker's plants to build cars. VW CEO Herbert Diess said the company was also "considering building a second car plant," adding, "We are in quite advanced negotiations and dialog with Ford to really build up a global automotive alliance, which also would strengthen the American automotive industry."