The ID.4 is Volkswagen’s first all-electric vehicle for mass consumption. The ID.4 leads the charge for Volkswagen’s introduction into electric vehicles and it is incredibly important to the brand. How does it stack up to other EVs currently on the market? We spent a week with the ID.4 to find out.
Right from the word go, the Golf GTI—now in its eighth generation—was a cult car. Take a walk through the unmistakable visual DNA of the GTI, and how this has developed over the past half century with commentary from Marco Pavone, Head of Exterior Design for the new Golf GTI.
A specially prepared Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV completed the National Off-Road Racing Association (NORRA) Mexican 1000 race on April 29 in the Baja peninsula of Mexico, demonstrating the capabilities of the Volkswagen EV powertrain in incredibly demanding conditions and terrain.
The World Car Awards recognizes the widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and extends our support and recognition of the industry for rising to the many challenges it has faced. For our part, we have limited the reveal of the 2021 World Car Awards winners to an announcement via digital media, on World Car TV (YouTube- YouTube.com/worldcartv).
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.
The Caddy California completes Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ camper line-up and stands alongside the T6.1-based California and Crafter-based Grand California, meaning the brand which invented the original iconic campervan now has a touring model for every budget, every journey and every adventure.
Hein Schafer, Senior Vice President, Product Marketing & Strategy for Volkswagen of America, Inc. walks through the all-new electric SUV, inside and out.
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.
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.
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.