Auto News: Porsche To Pay $80 Mln To Resolve Fuel Economy Claims On U.S. Vehicles, NHTSA Report Connects Hundreds Of Crashes With Driver-Assistance Tech

Porsche to pay $80 mln to resolve fuel economy claims on U.S. vehicles


Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) and its Porsche AG unit have agreed to a class-action settlement worth at least $80 million to resolve claims it skewed emissions and fuel economy data on 500,000 Porsche vehicles in the United States, court documents show. read more »

NHTSA Report Connects Hundreds of Crashes with Driver-Assistance Tech


Over the past 10 months, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has collected data reported by automakers on crashes involving vehicles equipped with driver-assist features. The U.S. agency today published the initial results of that data collection, which reveals hundreds of crashes with vehicles using SAE Level 2 driver-assistance technology. read more »