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Volkswagen reaffirms its commitment to cleaner, more efficient diesel technology

Coming in the second half of this year is Volkswagen’s updated 2.0-liter TDI Clean Diesel engine, designated EA288. It makes its appearance on the 2015 Mk7 Golf, Jetta, Passat, Beetle, and Beetle Convertible (the only diesel convertible sold in America).
Volkswagen Beetle, Tail of Dragon

Chasing the Tail of the Dragon, VW Beetle Style

The Tail of the Dragon is a portion of US 129, located on the North Carolina / Tennessee border. Its claim to fame is its America's number one motorcycle and sports car road, with 318 curves in 11 miles. This stretch of road has some of the sharpest curves have names like Copperhead Corner, Hog Pen Bend, Wheelie Hell, Shade Tree Corner, Mud Corner, Sunset Corner, Gravity Cavity, Beginner's End, and Brake or Bust Bend.

Volkswagen is testing a super-battery, but how should they use its powers?

The practicality of current electric vehicles on the market, with the exception of the Tesla Model S and its huge battery pack, is inhibited by the energy storage capability of lithium-ion batteries. Volkswagen is working on a new battery that could change the game entirely.
2014 VW Beetle upgraded

Mid-season upgrades: 2014 Beetle drops 2.5L, adopts new 1.8T as its base engine

If you have been delaying your Beetle purchase, anticipating the arrival of the new, and much improved 1.8T base engine, your wait is finally over. After launching this remarkable new TSI motor in the 2014 Jetta and Passat, Volkswagen has finally gotten around to making the same transformation for its iconic Beetle. This changeover suddenly makes 2014 Bugs equipped with the old 2.5L archaic and potentially eligible for deep discounting to move quickly off of dealers’ lots.

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