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Four out of five new Ferraris to be electric or hybrid by 2030, carmaker says

Italian luxury carmaker Ferrari on Thursday outlined an electrification strategy that calls for 40% full-electric vehicles and 40% hybrid models by 2030. CEO Benedetto Vigna...

Former Volkswagen CEO Winterkorn denies any wrongdoing at emissions inquiry

Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn has denied early knowledge of the company's cheating on diesel emissions as he testified to a German parliamentary inquiry. It...

US judge approves $15bn Volkswagen emissions settlement

A US federal judge has approved a 15 billion dollar (€13.4bn) court settlement of most claims against Volkswagen over its emissions-cheating scandal. District judge Charles...

Toyota has created a robot it hopes will spark maternal instincts

Toyota has unveiled a new “cuddly” robot to go on sale in Japan that the tech giant hopes will spark an “emotional connection” for...

Misleading’ BMW ad banned over headlight technology claims

An ad for BMW has been banned in the UK for making the "misleading" claim that its high beam headlight technology prevented oncoming drivers...

Emissions-cheat scandal: We can fix some engines, says VW

Volkswagen believes it can fix some of the diesel vehicles caught up in the car maker's cheating emissions scandal without compromising their performance, a...

Toyota recalls 1.43 million cars in new air bag alert, including 141,000 in Europe

Japanese car giant Toyota is recalling 1.43 million vehicles worldwide for defective air bags. The latest alert was not linked to the massive recalls of...

Volkswagen to pay US owners up to £7.5k in £11bn emissions scandal deal

Volkswagen will repair or buy back polluting US diesel vehicles and pay owners up to £7,500 under a £11bn deal to settle lawsuits stemming...

Volkswagen agrees to pay out €9bn in emissions cheating scandal

Volkswagen has agreed to pay around $10.2bn (€9bn) to settle claims in the US from its emissions cheating scandal, sources say. The money would go...

Mitsubishi expecting major losses amid mileage cheating admission

Car giant Mitsubishi is forecasting a 145bn yen loss for the financial year to March 2017 after acknowledging it inflated mileage on its models. The...

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