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The Volkswagen brand is to create an additional board of management division to oversee its electric mobility programme, launching on 1 February.
Volkwagen’s new e-Crafter van has started fleet trials with an international group of major customers.
Volkswagen is predicting 40% of its global sales volume will be SUVs in the near future, with plans for a range spanning 19 models across the different markets in which it operates.
Volkswagen has greenlighted production of an electric van and MPV, said to be inspired by the split-screen Transporter and Microbus of the 1950s.
Volkswagen has added a 130PS petrol engine to the Golf line-up, which offers fuel consumption as low as 4.8l/100km with CO2 emissions from 110g/km.
The Volkswagen Group is to run a pan-European software update for Euro 5 and some Euro 6 diesel vehicles from group brands to cut NOx emissions by an average 25-30%.
Volkswagen is to start selling cars in Iran after more than 17 years away from the market.
The plug-in performance Golf could be about to find its spot in the limelight, reckons Alex Grant.
Volkswagen Group’s recently launched MOIA mobility company has acquired Finnish software company Split Finland Oy in line with plans for its ride-pooling concept.
Volkswagen Group and Chinese manufacturer Anhui Jinghua Automobile (JAC) have signed a 50:50 joint venture agreement to develop and launch electric vehicles on the Chinese mass market. Volkswagen ID Concept The first jointly developed ...
Production sketch of Citroën’s new C5 Aircross SUV. Citroën expands into large SUVs Citroën’s forthcoming C5 Aircross large SUV is to debut at the Shanghai Motor Show ahead of its launch in 2018. Rivalling ...
Volkswagen has condemned searches carried out by German prosecutors into the US law firm hired by the carmaker to investigate the emissions scandal.
Volkswagen has started pre-sales of its new Arteon model two days after its world premiere at Geneva.
Volkswagen has revealed the successor to the CC saloon-come-coupe – the Arteon.
Volkswagen is to integrate camera-based map and localisation technology from Mobileye into future vehicles under a new deal that will help develop autonomous driving solutions.
The German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has given final approval to the Volkswagen Group for modifications of 3.0-litre TDI engines following ‘Dieselgate’.
It’s been all change at Volkswagen since the emissions scandal, so Craig Thomas spoke to Jürgen Stackmann, the new board member responsible for the brand’s sales and remarketing.