Volkswagen2020-01-11T09:02:40-06:00

All-electric Volkswagen ID.4 EV completes cross-country drive

Volkswagen of America completed a drive across the U.S. last week with the all-electric Volkswagen ID.4 EV. Starting in New York City mid-March, the small team crossed the States on a predominantly southern route, wrapping up the drive on schedule in 18 days in Sacramento, California.

Spring Thaw ft. 2022 Golf R and 2021 ID.4

To celebrate the change in seasons, go along for a joyride in the upcoming Mk8 Golf R and the all-new ID.4 EV on the quickly-melting snow of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

2021 Volkswagen Atlas: Minor Updates, Same Living Room

VW updated the Atlas for 2021 with some exterior design changes and more content. Unchanged is the massive and comfortable interior. We took the Atlas on a hunt for this year’s Christmas tree to see if these refinements have improved the breed or kept things status quo.

#TBT: The Volkswagen Cabriolet, the ’80s definition of fun in the sun

Once upon a time on American roads, convertibles were an everyday sight. From the ‘50s through the late ‘70s, convertible models were often the fun, stylish choice, even if life with a fabric-topped vehicle was sometimes a bit louder and less rain-proof than having a steel roof over your head.

NEWSROOM: The 2021 ID.4 AR Showroom gives shoppers a virtual tire kick

Auto shows often provide millions of people a low-cost, no-pressure way to experience brands and walk around new vehicles to get a sense of them in person and how they might look in their driveways. But with major events canceled or postponed due to the pandemic, Volkswagen has turned to augmented reality as a way to bring that walk-around experience back to customers.

2021 Arteon: a brand halo evolved and sharpened

The Volkswagen Arteon is refreshed and significantly upgraded for 2021. A sharper exterior design and premium interior upgrades lead the changes, while a complement of state-of-the-art technology is newly available or now offered as standard equipment alongside hallmark Volkswagen driving dynamics.

EPA CONFIRMS 250-MILE RANGE FOR VOLKSWAGEN ID.4 PRO AND 1ST EDITION ELECTRIC SUV

Volkswagen of America, Inc., is pleased to announce fuel economy figures for the 2021 ID.4 electric SUV. The ID.4 1st Edition and Pro models have an EPA-estimated 250 miles of range on a single charge. The EPA-estimated fuel economy for city driving is 104 MPGe; highway driving is rated at 89 MPGe, and combined city/highway at 97 MPGe.

VOLKSWAGEN INTRODUCES THE 2022 GOLF R, THE MOST POWERFUL PRODUCTION GOLF OF ALL TIME

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.

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