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This man discovered a new way to cut fuel costs

A mechanic from Multan has successfully fitted a 125cc motorcycle’s carburettor in a Volkswagen Foxy

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January 19, 2019


Volkswagen Club of Pakistan may own future vintage gold as Beetle retires

Club gives Volkswagen enthusiasts a chance to meet up and exchange notes

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January 12, 2019


Volkswagen allows Apple users to unlock their cars with Siri

Siri can help you estimate mileage and enable alarms too

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November 12, 2018


Volkswagen to hit the brakes on its iconic ‘Beetle’ cars in 2019

VW plans to offer two final edition models in coupe and convertible styles

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September 14, 2018


What is ‘The Dieselgate Scandal’?

German government officials and automakers meet in Berlin Wednesday to discuss the future of diesel vehicles, after a nearly two-year saga of scandal spread from Volkswagen to others in the sector. Here is an overview of the controversy: – How the scandal started – On September 18, 2015, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reported…

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August 2, 2017


No gear, no clutch: Pakistan launches fully automatic motorbike

The auto-sector in Pakistan is booming with the launch of 70cc automatic motorbike that is fully indigenous. The technology is particularly useful for older people and female drivers, as it makes bikes very simple to operate. Unlike normal bikes, these automatic motor-bikes have no gearbox, kick and clutch. Watch this report…

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April 7, 2017


VW’s Audi and Porsche to join forces on vehicle development

Volkswagen Group’s Audi and Porsche brands will join forces on vehicle development, the two upmarket brands said on Wednesday, to help the world’s largest carmaker save money in the wake of its costly emissions test cheating scandal. The pact comes as Volkswagen (VW) Chief Executive Matthias Mueller, who previously worked as Porsche’s CEO and Audi’s…

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April 7, 2017


Volkswagen picks up stake in US truckmaker Navistar

       FRANKFURT:  German auto giant Volkswagen on Tuesday said it had bought a 16.6-percent stake in American truck maker Navistar, giving it a foothold in the US market. As well as the $256 million (229 million euros) investment, VW’s Truck and Bus division will also launch a “strategic technology and supply chain co-operation” and…

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September 6, 2016


VW says cuts 28,000 workers’ hours over supply woes

FRANKFURT: German auto giant Volkswagen said on Monday it would halt production at six plants for several days as a legal dispute with two key suppliers deepened. Around 27,700 workers at factories in Emden, Zwickau, Kassel, Salzgitter, Brunswick, and the firm’s home base of Wolfsburg would see their work hours slashed by the end of…

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August 22, 2016


California rejects VW plan to fix 3-liter diesel cars

WASHINGTON: California regulators rejected a plan by Volkswagen to fix some 16,000 diesel vehicles involved in the carmaker’s costly emissions-cheating scandal. The measures proposed by Volkswagen for recalling its 3-liter diesel cars were “incomplete, substantially deficient and fall far short of meeting the legal requirements,” the California Air Resources Board said in a letter to…

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July 14, 2016


Tokyo motor show targets digital-savvy, eco-conscious drivers

TOKYO: Toyota’s three-seater exoskeleton car and an electric vehicle with touch screens that turn it into a “digital space” are among the concept models that will be on display at the Tokyo Motor Show this week. The biennial event will also focus on self-driving cars and the latest environmental technology as firms look to tap…

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October 26, 2015


Germany at crossroads celebrates 25 years of unity

BERLIN: Germany on Saturday celebrates 25 years since its reunification, putting the country in the spotlight just as it faces a record influx of migrants and a global cheating scam at iconic carmaker Volkswagen.

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October 3, 2015


Volkswagen drives overseas expansion as Europe hurts

FRANKFURTl: Volkswagen is taking further steps to beef up its overseas operations as the German carmaker increasingly feels the pinch of slumping demand in ailing European markets.VW, which sells about 60 percent of group vehicles outside its European home region, is already adding capacity in China and Mexico. Group production chief Michael Macht told Reuters…

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September 11, 2013

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