Volkswagen is being sued by German fish distributor Deutsche See for misrepresenting a fleet of vehicles it leased as environmentally friendly.
It’s the first major German customer to sue VW over its emissions-cheating scandal and Volkswagen already faces numerous lawsuits from individual owners, regulators, states and dealers, many of them in the form of class-action cases in the U.S.
Toyota Motor Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. announced Monday that they have agreed to start concrete talks about collaborating in environmentally friendly technologies, safety systems, information technology and the mutual supply of products and components.
In October they agreed to explore collaboration in green car, safety and information technology fields, citing drastic and unprecedented changes in the industry that are cranking up product development costs and spurring consolidation.
Brits are among Europe’s best at finding time for hobbies – but most want to spend more time experiencing the great outdoors, according to new research by Volvo Cars.
More than three quarters of Brits said they are able to successfully prioritise their hobbies, but more than half (56%) say they want to spend more time taking part in outdoor pursuits and the survey coincides with Volvo teaming up with luxury hotel curator Tablet Hotels Get Away Lodge which comes equipped with the firm’s new all-weather premium estate, the V90 Cross Country, to coincide with the launch of the model.