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Volkswagen reduces price of e-Golf in German Market

Volkswagen reduces price of e-Golf in German Market

According to reports, German automaker Volkswagen (VW) has made a downward revision in the price of e-Golf electric car in its home country.

NLRB Denied VW’s Request to Review Union Vote at the Carmakers Chattanooga Plant

NLRB Denied VW’s Request to Review Union Vote at the Carmakers Chattanooga Plant

A rather small group of Volkswagen workers at Chattanooga plant in Tennessee moved one step closer to being represented by the UAW or the United Auto Workers union.

On Wednesday, the National Labor Relations Board on denied VW's request for a review of an election held in December , where the majority of skilled-trades workers at the German automaker's Chattanooga plant supported to be represented by union organization. The board said that Volkswagen's request "raises no substantial issues warranting review."

New Jersey, the Fourth U.S State to File a Lawsuit against Volkswagen Related to Excess Diesel Emissions

VolkswagenOn Friday, the New Jersey authorities filed a lawsuit against the German carmaker, Volkswagen AG and its luxury units for excess diesel emissions connected to its models. The count now goes up to four U.S. states to have taken legal action against the car maker.

Pressure Mounts Volkswagen: The Carmaker Expected to Name New C.E.O. on Friday

 The Carmaker Expected to Name New C.E.O. on FridayMartin Winterkorn, the CEO of Volkswagen, the German car maker hit by an emission scandal, resigned on Wednesday.

Volkswagen Plans to add SUV line to Its Existing Plant in Tennessee

Volkswagen Plans to add SUV line to Its Existing Plant in TennesseeSix years have passed since Volkswagen first moved into Chattanooga, Tenn. The auto manufacturer will today begin a new chapter as it gears up to manufacture a new vehicle that will create approximately 2,000 more jobs and will add an investment of added $600 million to the already existent plant there.

Volkswagen plans to invest $7 billion in North America over next five years

VolkswagenAt an auto show news conference in Detroit, German automaker Volkswagen AG said that it plans to make an investment of $7 billion in North America in the next five-year period --- a move which will help the company speed up its growth in the region.

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