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First official image of the new Multivan
First official image of the new Multivan

Volkswagen has unveiled the first official image of the updated Transporter / Multivan lineup, which will receive the T7 index. Note that the new Volkswagen Multivan minibus is shown in the teaser image with a luminous strip that runs across the entire width of the front end. As writes the edition Motor1, this may serve… More

VW ID. Buzz: when will it finally be introduced?
VW ID. Buzz: when will it finally be introduced?

New electric car from Volkswagen from the ID line. will hit the US market in 2023. The Volkswagen brand has confirmed the release dates for its electric passenger van called ID. Buzz to the US market. The electric car will go on sale in 2023 and will be marketed as a model year 2024. In… More

Another image of the new VW Amarok
Another image of the new VW Amarok

A year after the publication of the first teaser, the brand showed another image – on it the model looks much more realistic. The fresh teaser is still a design sketch, but it gives more idea about the appearance of the future novelty than the sketchy last year. For example, the more detailed image shows… More

Volkswagen prepares a response Tesla Semi!?
Volkswagen prepares a response Tesla Semi!?

The head of the entire Volkswagen concern Herbert Diess published a post on his Twitter account in which he posted four teaser images of the new electric cars at once, providing them with the following explanation. An electric, digital, unmanned future awaits us, which opens up new possibilities in design. The chief designer of our… More

VW’s Forbidden Fruit: Golf R station wagon photo
VW’s Forbidden Fruit: Golf R station wagon photo

The spotted prototype of the high-performance German VW Golf R Wagon has a roll cage and a pair of Recaro seats. The new Volkswagen Golf R Variant 90 (station wagon) will be “forbidden fruit” in many parts of the world as the fast, long-roofed compact car will be sold exclusively in Europe. A test prototype… More

Transporter GTI?! Why such a bead?
Transporter GTI?! Why such a bead?

Volkswagen has developed a new Sportline performance for the Transporter T6.1. The van received a set of visual improvements that stylistically make it akin to the Golf GTI hot hatch. Such a van is based on the rich Highline equipment. At the front, the Sportline is distinguished by a bumper with large air intakes, linings… More

VAG increased its value by 30% with one promise
VAG increased its value by 30% with one promise

According to Bloomberg, the German concern Volkswagen AG is recognized as the most valuable public German company, whose shares rose by 29.5% to 309.4 euros during trading on the German XETRA stock exchange as of 15:24 on March 18, 2021. Thus, the capitalization of the concern reached 140 billion euros, thanks to which Volkswagen AG… More

First images of Volkswagen’s biggest crossover
First images of Volkswagen’s biggest crossover

First images of the 2022 Volkswagen Talagon, a three-row crossover that will be the German firm’s largest model when unveiled next month at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show, have been released. The new 2022 Volkswagen Talagon is about to be officially unveiled, making its debut next month at the Shanghai Auto Show. When the crossover… More

Volkswagen ID. YOU’ll go driverless
Volkswagen ID. YOU’ll go driverless

Volkswagen ID. BUZZ aims to become the first unmanned vehicle of the German concern. The prototype of the novelty has already been taken to road tests in Germany. Premiere of electric car ID. BUZZ is expected only next year. Christian Senger, head of the company’s autonomous technology development department, noted in an interview that in… More

All-wheel-drive Golf R: Demonstration of Opportunities
All-wheel-drive Golf R: Demonstration of Opportunities

2022 Volkswagen Golf R lit up in front of photo spies while drifting in the snow. One of the key features of the 2022 Golf R is the advanced 4Motion all-wheel drive system. In the old Golf R, this system could transfer up to 50% of the engine power to the rear axle, but the… More