Volkswagen unveiled the latest generation of the brand’s performance halo, the new Golf R, today. This car boasts 315 horsepower, 27 more than the outgoing U.S. model, as well as 310 pound-feet of torque. With standard 4Motion® all-wheel drive, the Golf R can sprint from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.7 seconds, on its way to a top track speed of 155 mph. The car will go on sale in the U.S. as a 2022 model during the latter part of 2021.
The Volkswagen Atlas replaced the Touareg as VW’s largest SUV in the US. The new for 2020 Atlas Cross Sport steps up the design aspect of the Atlas while removing the third row. Starting at a far more competitive price, the Atlas Cross Sport seeks to gain buyers that would previously not have considered the brand.
Volkswagen of America, Inc. revealed the all-new ID.4 electric SUV today—the brand’s first long-range EV to be sold stateside. This compact SUV will offer all the best features of Volkswagen’s current lineup—hallmark driving dynamics, bold design, and advanced technology—along with long-range EV capability and three years of fast charging with Electrify America for no additional cost, to customers in the largest segment in the U.S., all with a price point aimed at the heart of the segment.
Volkswagen of America continues the 5 coolest things video series highlighting the most interesting things you may not know about models from the 2020 lineup—from the entry-level Jetta to the top-of-the-line Arteon. Today’s vehicle: the 2020 Volkswagen Jetta.
Volkswagen and its network of dealerships are supporting local communities during COVID-19 through the Community-Driven Atlas Initiative, a program that allows dealerships the ability to re-purpose their service loaner vehicles for community service endeavors like delivering food, masks and other essential goods to individuals in need.
The Arteon is Volkswagen’s Gran Turismo—marrying the sleek design of a premium coupe to the space of a midsize sedan. For 2021, Volkswagen is introducing an extensive product line update to the brand halo, including sharpened design elements, interior refinements, and intelligent comfort systems. In Europe, Volkswagen is enhancing the product line with a second version—the new Arteon Shooting Brake—alongside new powertrain options including a plug-in hybrid drivetrain generating 160 kW (218 PS) and Arteon R versions with 235 kW (320 PS).
Drive-in movie theaters are one of the few businesses experiencing a renaissance amid the coronavirus pandemic. As one of the few entertainment destinations you can still visit outside of the home, they’ve experienced a boom in popularity and demand over the past couple months.
2021 ARTEON SET TO PREMIERE JUNE 24TH Dynamic four-door fastback to be updated and launched alongside a second body type—the Arteon Shooting Brake—in Europe Comprehensive upgrade of the model line with intelligent comfort and assistance systems Wolfsburg, Germany — In advance of a virtual world première later this month, Volkswagen is giving a first glimpse of the new Arteon. Alongside the classic gran turismo, a shooting brake will [...]
The 2020 Volkswagen Passat gets a redesign, inside and out. But rather than a drastic change, this midsize sedan evolves an already-classic design. With comfort and a sub-$24K base price, the Passat is a nice place to start shopping if you’re looking for a fun-to-drive, yet “grown up” vehicle.
VOLKSWAGEN WILL ENTER 2020 SCORE BAJA 1000 WITH THE ATLAS CROSS SPORT R Volkswagen goes back to its motorsports roots on the classic off-road race in Mexico Class 7 racer to be driven by VW rallycross champion and brand ambassador Tanner Foust Herndon, VA — Volkswagen will return to the prestigious off-road race next year, entering an Atlas Cross Sport R race truck in Class 7 Open Production [...]