Drive it! presents a brawny American SUV, an all-electric French supermini and sporty German classics. We also hitch a ride in one of the most powerful cars ever made.
The German Transport Ministry hid CO2 emissions test results and encouraged carmakers to exploit loopholes in climate target regulations, according to a magazine report. The ministry has failed to release the data.
Conservatives want to involve the private sector in running Germany's beloved highway system. That's angered the opposition, their coalition partners and even some of their own party members.
From drones and robots to jewelry, appliances and TVs, the new technology on display at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show promises to be smarter than ever. But the real stars in Las Vegas this year have wheels.
Diesel cars in Europe could be included in Volkswagen's exhaust emissions manipulation scandal, according to Germany's transport minister. Alexander Dobrindt says tests are to be extended to other car makers, too.
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