Wednesday morning car news roundup, February 22, 2017

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Audi Engineer Had Smoking Dieselgate Gun In His Safe, Pulls It In Court

A document, locked up in the safe of an Audi engineer for years, could be explosive enough to blow away Audi CEO Rupert Stadler. It could destroy Audi’s fortunes in China, and with that a major source of Volkswagen’s cash. In a German court, the document was pulled out of the safe yesterday, to prove that Stadler ordered Audi engineers to cheat regulators in Hong Kong at a time when regulators in America were tracking down the dieselgate cheat of the century.

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Tuesday morning car news roundup, February 21, 2017

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Monday morning car news roundup, February 20, 2017

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Audi Engineer Airs The So Far Dirtiest Laundry Of The Dieselgate Scandal. Stadler Soiled

A case brought to a German labor court could end the career of Audi CEO Rupert Stadler. Testimonies place Stadler at the center of Volkswagen’s dieselgate scandal. Documents presented in court describe the motive for the emission fraud: Without … [Continue reading]

Friday morning car news roundup, February 17, 2017

Top News: Autonomous Vehicles: "Zero Human Intervention Is Still Several Years Away." - Forbes: Though opinions vary, it is hypothesized that we will be safer in autonomous vehicles (AKA self-driving cars). And while we would really need... … [Continue reading]

Here Are The Opel Plants Most Likely To Die

There is no shortage of expert opinions about the possible sale of GM’s European Opel arm to PSA Peugeot Citroen. Most of the experts sit at brokerages and investment banks, and their opinions usually side with their bonuses. For a sober examination … [Continue reading]

Thursday morning car news roundup, February 16, 2017

Top News:   Driverless trucks: economic tsunami may swallow one of most common US jobs - Guardian: It seems highly likely that competition between the various companies developing these technologies will produce practical, self-driving … [Continue reading]