Volkswagen is struggling to emerge from its emission cheating scandal. Sales in the US continue to drop, and in Europe VW is losing market share. Analysts say the carmaker needs to catch up in terms of technology. Bad news for chief Matthias Müller.
The Geneva Motor Show is set to open its doors to the public after two days dedicated to sneak previews for journalists. On her way out, DW’s Janelle Dumalaon says she wasn’t always sure where the journey was heading.
Former VW CEO Martin Winterkorn just became one of the most senior foreign executives to ever be charged with conspiracy and wire fraud by US prosecutors. But he is simply unable to accept blame, says DW's Henrik Böhme.
The newly appointed chief executive of German carmaker Volkswagen, Herbert Diess, has reportedly had talks with US authorities on the company's emissions-cheating scandal. Was there a safe-passage agreement?
It'll be the first car show since a German court empowered cities to impose bans on diesel cars, leaving Europe's biggest automakers in a spin. A looming trade war with the US is another worry. Janelle Dumalaon reports.
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