Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Company today announced the first formal agreements in a broad alliance that “positions the companies to boost competitiveness and better serve customers in an era of rapid change in the industry”
Volkswagen has added equipment upgrades to the Tiguan and Tiguan Allspace, with the introduction of new Match and R-Line Tech specifications. Match trim replaces the SE and SE Nav trims, but also brings a rear view camera, park assist, keyless…
Volkswagen has enhanced the equipment of its popular Golf, with SE and SE Navigation trim levels now replaced by the new, more generously equipped Match specification. In addition to the equipment standard on the outgoing SE and SE Navigation models, new Match specification Golfs now receive a new alloy wheel design, front fog lights, Discover Navigation and tinted rear windows as standard
Tuning a diesel car doesn’t have to be expensive to reap significant rewards, as Andy Goodwin finds out. For many of us, modifying cars is an itch thatís hard not to scratch. Knowing more power lurks under the bonnet, or that…
Volkswagen’s smallest electric car, the e-up!, is benefiting from a host of updates bringing more equipment and a price revision offering four-figure savings. The e-up! city car now benefits from more standard-fit equipment including height adjustment for the driver’s seat. A rear-view camera is also built-in while, on the inside, there is a new seat trim design
Volkswagen has unveiled the Tarok Concept to the world at the São Paulo International Motor Show (6 to 18 November). The all-wheel drive all-rounder “combines the progressive features of the latest generation of digitally networked SUVs with the versatility of a cleverly designed five-metre pick-up”. Its new features include a large variable loading area, which can be extended thanks to the folding rear panel in the spacious four-door double cab.
At the São Paulo International Motor Show on 6 November, Volkswagen will celebrate the world premiere of a new pickup concept, which “fuses the features of a digitally networked SUV and the versatility of a consistently well-thought-out pickup to form…
The electrification strategy of the Volkswagen Group China is rapidly gaining pace in the world’s biggest market for e-mobility. The Group’s first factory specifically designed for the electric MEB platform is now commencing construction in Anting. The first model that will be produced in the factory of SAIC VOLKSWAGEN is a Volkswagen Brand SUV in 2020. Together with the FAW-Volkswagen factory in Foshan, which opened this summer, SAIC VOLKSWAGEN’s plant will begin to produce e-cars on the MEB platform directly after the first worldwide MEB-production starts in Zwickau, Germany.
Volkswagen has presented its new T-Cross, the company’s first small SUV, continuing the SUV product offensive it began in 2015. This new model will soon be debuting in the markets of three continents.
At the 69th IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hannover (20 to 27 September), Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is presenting no less than five new zero-emission vehicles. Making their world debuts are the I.D. BUZZ CARGO, ABT e-Transporter, ABT e-Caddy, the Cargo e-Bike and the Crafter HyMotion which is equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell drive system.