New SUVs, new hybrid models, new family cars and new small cars. And this edition also takes a look back through automotive history.
German politicians and business leaders are increasingly worried about the long-term impact of the domestic carmakers' emissions-cheating scam. Dieselgate doesn't look like it's going to die down anytime soon.
CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested for his role in the carmaker's emissions-cheating. He won't be the last car boss to end up in jail, says Thomas Neufeld, as the clean-up of the flagship industry hasn't really started yet.
Revenge is a dish best served cold, they say. Volkswagen seem to have kept that in mind in dealing with errant supplier Prevent, which halted VW production lines in 2016. They have reportedly cut ties with the group.
Can the diesel engine still be saved? The automotive industry is hopeful, unions are demanding it and environmental groups are against it. Politicians are looking for a common thread. Sabine Kinkartz from Berlin.
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