We’ve heard plenty of conflicting messages from the German mega-carmaker Volkswagen in the past when it comes to the electric drive.
The intention to achieve this lofty goal by 2018 was announced at the Geneva International Motor Show, and in keeping with this directive, VW is putting more than two-thirds of available investment
On Monday, the Volkswagen Golf won the 2013 European Car of the Year award in grand fashion.
Volkswagon is launching what it calls the most fuel-efficient production car in the world.
VW has certainly given ambiguous messages when it came to the electric car. The electric car was sometime sought of as “demonstration only” or derided elsewhere.
Most of the time the European market gets the sporty new vehicles and the U.S. market gets left with what the Germans think will sell here in North America.
One of the few cars that can truly be called "neo-classic," the new Beetle debuted just over a decade ago as a fresh take on the former worldwide phenomenon that was the Beetle.
Toyota Motor Corp sold 9.75 million vehicles around the world in 2012, up a whopping 23% globally over 2011. This includes Toyota subsidiaries Hino Motors Ltd. and Daihatsu Motor Co.
The Volkswagen Jetta now comes with 5 different engines and Torque News evaluated each of the options to determine which offers the best fuel economy value.
Volkswagen has long been known for excellence in advertising.
The new CrossBlue from VW is a crossover that would fit somewhere between the Tiguan and Touareg. It may go to production in the U.S.
Volkswagen has announced the global debut of the new Performance Passat Concept that will be officially unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next week.
Volkswagen recognizes that the engines in its 2014 Tiguan compact sport utility vehicle and its 2014 Touareg mid-sized sport utility vehicle are more than adequate for sporty driving.