To date over three million examples of the Volkswagen Caddy have been built – as vans, family MPVs, shuttles and campers. And now, as a world première, VWCV is revealing the, fifth generation model. Volkswagen says every detail from the ground…
Volkswagen will celebrate the world première of the Golf GTD at the Geneva International Motor Show from 5 to 15 March. Among the technical highlights is the most powerful and thanks to twin dosing cleanest turbo diesel injection (TDI) engine ever to be installed in a Golf.
The Volkswagen Golf has returned, now in its eighth generation, with UK customers able to order the new model from 6 February. Prices for diesel models start at £24,875 with the Golf Life 2.0 TdI 115 PS (113 bhp) 6-speed manual. Volkswagen is describing the Golf 8 and the most connected car it has produced to date.
Initial sketches of the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles design give a preview of how the all-new Caddy could look when it is unveiled in 2020. The company is saying that the new Caddy “will again become the benchmark vehicle in the A segment of commercial delivery vans and privately used family MPVs”.
In mid-December at the Autostadt, the Volkswagen brand delivered the 250,000th electrified car since the introduction of the e-up! in 2013. The brand’s electrified model range has been continually expanded in the following years: e- Golf and Golf GTE followed in 2014, the Passat GTE and Passat Variant GTE in 2015.
Volkswagen has expanded the line-up for its Touareg SUV, adding entry-level, mid-range and high-end specifications with a focus on technology to double the number of available variants on offer. The models arrive shortly after the brand announced its 48-hour test drive programme would be expanded to include the Touareg.
Electric car owners could get more than 1,000 miles of free driving per year following the rollout of a complimentary car charging network. Volkswagen announced last year it had partnered with Tesco and Pod Point to install around 2,400 charging points…
Volkswagen has delivered the 100,000th e-Golf in the Gläserne Manufaktur Dresden. The model was launched in 2014 as the Volkswagen brand’s second battery electric vehicle (BEV) after the e-up! (2013). The e-Golf is one of the most successful electric vehicles in Europe and is also popular with customers in other countries – including the USA. The new ID.3 will be assembled in Dresden from autumn 2020.
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Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a pair of new Amarok special editions. Available to order now, the Amarok Black Edition and Amarok Aventura Black Edition are among the most powerful and luxurious variants of the award-winning pick-up ever created.