Volkswagen’s American fortune will not come by way of an electric, next-generation Beetle. No, the automaker’s U.S. game plan rests firmly on the success of existing and future utility vehicles. With no new models kicking around to bring...Show More Summary
Volkswagen Group isn't fooling around any longer, in my opinion. There's plenty of room to remain cynical, but Volkswagen Group indicated yesterday that it is putting genuine skin in the game — big time. Before I discuss the announcements...Show More Summary
By the time Volkswagen begins delivering its first standalone battery-powered electric car in 2020, Tesla expects to be building and selling at least one million units of its own electric vehicles per year. Despite this, Volkswagen believes...Show More Summary
When he’s not creating awesome video games like Superhot, developer Marek Baczynski is giving vegetables the ability to roam the land. Marek recently gave a potato the freedom to travel on its own. The self-driving potato,…
European carmakers and suppliers are trying to build the computing capacity they will need as vehicles digitize and become driverless.
The German giant aims to become the "leader" of electric vehicle sales by 2025.
Volkswagen is the latest carmaker to step up its game in the race to keep pace with industry and technology leader Tesla in the electric car market. Volkswagen plans to introduce four affordable, all-electric cars over the next few years.
Sporting some good looks and VW's purpose-built EV platform, the ID Crozz has a greater chance of coming to life than you might think.
The Volkswagen Atlas is the crossover that is supposed to save Volkswagen in America. While it may be really late to the game, VW finally figured out that they need to be aggressive on pricing to compete so they made the Atlas cheaper than the key rivals in this segment. Read more...
A week ago, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' merger-minded CEO, Sergio Marchionne, said that he fully expected Volkswagen to come a-courtin' "at the relevant time". This week, Volkswagen CEO Matthias Muller confirmed that, yeah, he might be interested in a hook-up, too. Show More Summary
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Volkswagen may be out of the small car diesel game, but Chevrolet looks to fill the gap with the upcoming Cruze Diesel. The automaker is hoping to surpass the efficiency of the TDI models with a 50 MPG rating from the EPA. Read more...
To play in the CUV game, a third row is a big bonus. The handsome new Tiguan has one. Continue reading The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan grows up to be a longer three-row crossover The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan grows up to be a longer three-row crossover originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 08 Jan 2017 20:30:00 EST. Show More Summary
While the R-Line trim package is solely aesthetic in nature, it gives the automaker's three-row crossover an aggressive appearance.
The Volkswagen Group is set to hire over 1000 IT professionals over the next three years as it seeks to shore up its technological and autonomous future. IT experts from industries as diverse as gaming and big data research will be hired to expand and develop the Group’s push into artificial intelligence, big data, virtual […]
he volkswagen group is set to expand its strengths in artificial intelligence, data, and connectivity with a recruitment drive to add 1000 new employees that targets it professionals, particularly from the gaming industry. member ofShow More Summary
Volkswagen played a risky game when it decided to cheat on emissions testing. The Dieselgate scandal has tarnished the brand’s reputation that will take many years rebuild. But, it isn’t only VW that has come under scrutiny for cheating, as the massive scandal triggered investigations of other automakers as well. Show More Summary
Magic armour and virtual hats will soon join Siemens, Volkswagen and other blue chips in trading on the German stock market.
despite having access to volkswagen’s range of commercial vehicles, skoda has decided to play the waiting game before pushing into the light commercial market. at the international launch of the new kodiaq suv, skoda's product communications...Show More Summary