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Let's get the bad news out the way first: The Volkswagen Golf GTE won't be coming to the U.S. For whatever reason, VW has decided that American customers don't want a 200-horsepower plug-in hybrid Golf, with stylistic touches cribbed from the sporty GTI.
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A top Ford exec has revealed that the company's updated Focus ST due later this year will offer a diesel option, although this particular variant is unlikely to be offered in the U.S. market.
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We first wrote about the VW Golf GTE in late February when the hybrid car was first announced.
To offer a bit more luxury if not to quite take it up to Audi levels koda offers the Laurin & Klement editions.
Not that long ago, finding a diesel car or truck - a truck with fewer than 18 wheels, anyway - on an American highway was about as rare as an icy road in July.
The Polo is one premium hatchback that rates high on the wish-list for many. It is undoubtedly one of the best looking hatchbacks in country with its sporty poise, rakish design and premium build quality.
The Volkswagen Phaeton will be replaced by an all-new saloon that will be expected to top its class, VW development chief Heinz-Jakob Neusser has confirmed at the Geneva motor show.
Maintenance costs for the compact diesel are going up, so he believes it's time to move on.
I think it's okay that women like the Beetle. In fact, it's important that women like this car.
Volkswagen dug into its commercial vehicle fleet for its latest Geneva Motor Show concept , blending the versatile body of the T5 MultiVan with a luxuriously appointed interior, 4Motion all-wheel drive and a thrifty diesel powertrain.
We know what you might be thinking: here comes another BMW with yet another kind of roofline.
The idea of turning the Golf into a softroader isn't particularly revolutionary, and now the market may demand it.
In remarks before the opening of the Geneva Motora Show, Volkswagen Group Chairman of the Board of Management Prof.
Turns out, in case you didn't know, the rich are just like regular people. They too are concerned about the environment, even when tooling around town in their super-luxurious Bentleys.
Each year since 1964, an international jury of European journalists come together to name their Car of the Year .
Spanish automaker Seat announced this morning at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show that it has shattered the front-wheel drive Nurburgring lap record.