For months, all Volkswagen would say about the range of its e-Golf for the U.S. market was “between 70 and 90 miles” depending on driving conditions.
Anyone doubting Volkswagen’s commitment to electric vehicles ought to pay close attention to last week’s comments from Dr. Heinz-Jakob Neusser, the head of powertrain development at VW.
At an international police equipment exhibition in Germany, known as the Internationalen Fachmesse fur Polizeiausrustubg, Volkswagen unveiled a police-spec version of the VW e-Golf (via Autoblo
We all know by now that the official rated range of electric vehicles, either on the NEDC cycle or the EPA cycles, is only an approximation and that “actual results may vary.” But how much can the
Though the Volkswagen e-Golf is not expected to sell in large numbers here in the United States, it promises to be one of the better electric vehicles on the market. Today VW unveiled U.S.
Many incentives exist for purchasing an electric vehicle, even aside from tax credits and rebates.
Mazda just had its best month ever and simultaneously Volkswagen again lost significant ground in the US auto market.
Volkswagen has made its plans for electrification fairly widely known, introducing a wide range of plug-in models like the e-Up!, e-Golf, Golf GTE, and XL1 with alleged eventual plans to provide pl
Scott Speed and Tanner Foust will have new 2015 Volkswagen Beetle Global Rallycross cars and will run later this season in the Red Bull Global Rallycross championship.
The Volkswagen XL1 has finally made it into the hands of a paying customer. Dr.
Only Travis Pastrana of Subaru Rally Team USA was able to break VW’s stranglehold on the top spot with a win in Heat 1B.
Scott Speed entered the 2013 Global RallyCross season as the driver of a “Star Car” – a Ford Fiesta ST prepared by OlsbergsMSE – and he performed so well in his GRC debut that he went from being a
2013 was a difficult fiscal year for MAN, but Volkswagen Group has announced that the first quarter of 2014 has been a good one, and MAN is on a positive march up.
According to Orjan Aslund, who is responsible for product affairs at Scania Trucks, one of Scania’s main priorities is working to reduce fuel consumption.
After Volkswagen’s announcement that its offer to Scania’s shareholders was accepted to the extent that Volkswagen will hold more than 90% of the shares in Scania, making the terms of their offer v