AutoComplete: Volkswagen's diesels are done for good in the US
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The TDI is dead, long live the TDI.
Reuters reports that Volkswagen is giving up on its US diesel sales for good, in wake of more than a year of legal battles and issues surrounding its TDI engines.
The brand will reportedly focus on SUVs and electric vehicles instead, choosing to put the past behind it.
The company plans to introduce some 30 electric vehicles over the next decade.
Volvo's Polestar Performance division is preparing for the future.
In an interview with its CEO, we learned that Polestar is ready to embrace the 21st century, potentially electrifying all of its sporty offerings in some way.
The company also hopes to expand Polestar's reach to additional vehicles, but shied away from saying that every model should have a Polestar variant.
You wouldn't want to become AMG, after all.
You'd think a six-figure super luxury crossover would come from the factory fully assembled, but in Bentley's case, it didn't.
The automaker recalled 378 examples of its new SUV to tighten loose bolts Instrument panel and seat assembly.
Those loose bolts could become even more loose during operation, which presents a big old safety hazard for the vehicle occupants.
Find out more on these stories at theroadshow.com and we'll speak to you again on Monday.
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