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With the introduction of the 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf late this year, VW will be the only automaker to offer both diesel and all-electric versions of the same model in the U.S. While we expected to plan a back-to-back drive of these two models at some point, we didn't expect it to come so soon.
Volkswagen is hard at work updating its model portfoilio, and it has already revealed the 2015 Golf , 2015 GTI , 2015 Jetta .
Commuter cars are supposed to be affordable, reliable, and practical. That makes the default choice the Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla.
Tata Motors and Jaguar Land Rover will work jointly on some upcoming models, but badge engineering will not be seen between the brands, revealed Mr. Darren Bowler, Managing Director, Fusion Automotive .
German manufacturing company Schaeffler ran its own Step2 electric car in the Silvretta E-Car Rally in Austria.
Obviously there's the currently on sale Ford Focus ST and Volkswagen Golf GTI, but both of those automakers have even more extreme hot hatches in the works.
Auto Central Louisville, KY July 20, 2014; Each week Larry Nutson, Senior Editor, New York Bureau of The Auto Channel, along with Steve Purdy and Thom Cannell from The Auto Channel Michigan Bureau give you their "take" as easy to digest nuggets of the past week's automotive news.
Volkswagen's e-Golf has all the makings of a "compliance car" -- a vehicle whose sole purpose is to satisfy clean-air regulations in California and other states mandating the sale of zero-emission vehicles.
A report from Reuters says Volkswagen is close to picking it's Chattanooga plant to be the place it makes its new seven-seater crossover SUV for the North American market - over an alternative plant in Mexico.
Anyone who follows the auto industry might find it easy to dismiss this week's news that Volkswagen is in talks to take over the recently consolidated Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
Added to the lineup in 2007 and updated for 2012, this is Volkswagen's first convertible with a retractable hardtop, which makes it two vehicles in one – a drop-top and a sport coupe.
It's unusual to go to a ride-and-drive event and be handed the keys to a product not even slated for our market, but that's just what happened here last week.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the future: BMW insiders tell us that half of the company's lineup eventually will consist of front-wheel-drive vehicles.
Volkswagen has announced that it will build a new midsize SUV in the USA. The seven-seater, developed for North America and previewed by the Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept from Detroit 2013, will roll out from VW's Chattanooga plant in Tennessee.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 01:40 pm
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