Three years ago, a concept crossover made quite an impression with attendees at the Geneva Auto Show.
While sales trended upward in the U.S. for Volkswagen last month, the overall trend across the rest of the globe was a sales dip of 2.6 percent for the brand.
Now that the Arteon has been rolling around the auto show circuit for a bit and the leading automotive journalists have had a chance look at it critically, they news is all good for Volkswagen.
While Dieselgate is finally winding down in the United States, it is still quite active in Europe as prosecutors seek to determine who did what and when.
Things just keep getting better for Volkswagen.
Though Volkswagen has been showing its Arteon for the last several months and expectations were that the new luxo-sedan would be available in the U.S.
Volkswagen’s streak of success continued in February when the automaker announced total sales of 25,145 vehicles. It represents a 12.7 percent increase over February 2016.
A couple of months ago, spy pictures and rumors abounded about a new, long Volkswagen Tiguan.
Within the last couple of months, there has been lots of news out of Volkswagen headquarters; not all of it tied to the diesel emissions scandal, either.For example, about four weeks ago, a leak fr
Following a bombshell report Monday in Der Spiegel that Audi’s chief exec, Rupert Stadler, knew the details of the emissions rigging scandal as long ago as 2012, Volkswagen fired four diesel engine
There’s an old poem that includes the phrase “Oh what a tangled web we weave…” It ends with the word deceive.
For the last 12 months or so, automotive people the world over have been scratching their heads, trying to figure out what has happened to midsized sedan sales.
In the short time that it has been a member of the Volkswagen lineup, the Golf Alltrack has earned its well-deserved share of praise.
Slowly, the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal continues to move toward its climax. On Tuesday, U.S.
Ready to rock for another season, the Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross team has announced that their winning drivers, Scott Speed and Tanner Foust will be piloting a pair of competitive VW Beetles in
When you go to an auto show, you probably think you will see new cars, concept cars, expensive cars or, perhaps, the unique antique car.
About 30 years ago, full-size conversion vans were very popular among the weekend camping set. Honestly, they made a lot of sense.
Volkswagen has launched a major independent electric vehicle initiative that will not only support the increased use of zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) but will also manage a $2 billion investment pro
Volkswagen’s comeback continues as the automaker reported another strong sales month in January, continuing a string of consecutive sales increases that began last year.
Good things are happening to Volkswagen. After a year-and-a-half of turmoil brought on by its self-inflicted emissions cheating scandal, things are looking up for the automaker.
Just as Volkswagen’s diesel emissions troubles are beginning to wind up in the U.S., they are boiling over in Germany.
Have you heard of the law of unintended consequences? It says that there are times when things don’t work out as you would expect.
Although Volkswagen has managed to survive its long and winding trip to settle the U.S. portions of its self-imposed emissions scandal, it still has a way to go in Europe.
There will soon be a new luxury model in the Volkswagen lineup. Its name will be Arteon, and it will debut at Geneva in March.
For Volkswagen electric cars are like a new canvas for an artist. They represent a new design paradigm that promises to reshape the familiar lines of our vehicles.