Check out Mercedes' and Audi's new flagships, and a Japanese joint venture that's powered by a boxer engine and rear-wheel drive in classic European style.
A 1,500-euro ($1,750) fix could save thousands of lives - but carmakers are unwilling to pay. Should the auto industry pick up the bill for its own mess?
Hoping to avoid fines, Daimler was the first firm among the suspected cartel group to report the collaboration to antitrust authorities, while Volkswagen has called a special supervisory board meeting.
From Nazi project to public status symbol, and from East to West - a new museum exhibition highlights the automobile's place in German society. Here's a look back at the cars that have become cult over the years.
The German premium carmaker has renewed a claim that it doesn't use illegal software to artificially lower the emissions in some of its diesel vehicles, as German authorities are taking a closer look into Daimler cars.
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