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First shots of the new VW ID Buzz
First shots of the new VW ID Buzz

It’s been a long time since Volkswagen unveiled the ID Buzz as a concept car at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, but the production version of the electric passenger van has yet to make its debut. But thanks to photo spies, we already know something about the new product. If the exterior of… More

Porsche CEO: Bugatti’s fate in Volkswagen’s hands

It seems that the epic with the possible sale of Bugatti to a new owner is drawing to a close. Oliver Blume, a member of the board of directors of the Volkswagen Group and CEO of Porsche, said that the German concern would soon decide the fate of the luxury French brand. Writes about this… More

Peugeot? No, just a little Passat
Peugeot? No, just a little Passat

German automaker Volkswagen plans to launch the updated, second generation Lamando four-door coupe on sale. This model was first introduced back in 2014 in China. In the model lineup, Lamando sits below the VW Passat. Despite the fact that the manufacturer considers Volkswagen Lamado to be a compartment version, the car body has a classic… More

VW T-Cross: “package” under the hood, “package” in the cabin
VW T-Cross: “package” under the hood, “package” in the cabin

<p>In the spring of 2019, the InfoCar team got acquainted with the new Volkswagen model T-Cross. And after a two-year delay, the compact crossover T-Cross still got to the salons of our dealers.</p> <p>And got in attractive package sets – well, at least, so declares the importer. We decided to personally make sure that they… More

European VW Taigo left for tests
European VW Taigo left for tests

Western publications have captured a prototype of the new VW Taigo crossover. The car is the European version of the previously shown crossover Volkswagen Nivus. Taigo’s official debut will take place later this year. When the Volkswagen Nivus officially debuted in Brazil last May, it became one of the first cars in South America to… More

Volkswagen: one more beads more
Volkswagen: one more beads more

The revived Volkswagen Samba may receive several powerplant options, including an electric one. About a year ago, we spotted a Volkswagen badged e-Samba, possibly an electric version of the iconic Samba bus. At the same time, the German automaker registered several other iconic nameplates, including the e-Beetle, e-Karmann, e-Kubel, e-Golf Classic and e-Thing. We have… More

Arteon Big Sur Concept: VW’s ‘vinyl’ hope
Arteon Big Sur Concept: VW’s ‘vinyl’ hope

Big Sur is a stretch of the California coast (and the film of the same name), whose scenic landscapes “inspired” body color. The suspension is lowered by 1.5 inches (38 mm). Added splitter, spoiler and side skirts. Fitted with 20 ” Rotiform TUF-R wheels in high-gloss black design. The Volkswagen Arteon liftback is in weak… More

VW to receive compensation for diesel scandal
VW to receive compensation for diesel scandal

The automaker has reached an agreement with former CEO Martin Winterkorn and three other former top executives. Winterkorn has agreed to pay compensation in the amount of € 11.2 million. The Volkswagen Group said it has reached an agreement with former CEO Martin Winterkorn and three other former top executives to compensate for their involvement… More

New Multivan T7 debuts today
New Multivan T7 debuts today

VW will unveil the T7 generation Multivan passenger commercial vehicle today, and in a few hours it will be shown online. The live stream starts at 12:00 ET / 16:00 GMT. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has never had such an extensive advertising campaign for a new product, even for the Amarok pickup. The advertising campaign for… More

Will VW electric cars get better autopilot than Tesla?

The Volkswagen brand announced the transition to the creation of a new software architecture for its models: the software was designated as “the new DNA of the brand.” The consequence of this will be the emergence of new services for buyers of VW electric vehicles and, in the future, their transformation into self-driving cars. Volkswagen’s… More