VW wants all of us as customers. Starting with an on-demand shuttle service, Volkswagen's MOIA digital mobility services division will invest in early stage companies. With ridesharing on the horizon, carsharing can't be too far off.
Ford, Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler, Volkswagen's Audi and Porsche brands, and BMW are building 400 charging stations in Europe. The network will allow EV owners to drive long distances across Europe.
Volkswagen is preparing to replace the aging CC with a brand new model named Arteon. Bigger and more upscale than its predecessor, the Arteon will make its official debut during next year's Geneva Auto Show.
Volkswagen has ended a year's worth of speculation by confirming it won't sell another diesel-powered car in the United States. Audi, however, could one day return to the segment with an oil-burning version of the Q7.
Volkswagen's North American division is looking into entering the mid-size pickup truck segment before the end of the decade. The model we could get is a U.S.-spec variant of the second-generation Amarok that will arrive in a year or two.
Volkswagen has traveled to Los Angeles to introduce an updated version of the all-electric e-Golf. The 2017 e-Golf receives a new battery pack that provides about 50 percent more range, and a more powerful electric motor.
The Volkswagen diesel settlement for 2.0-liter four-cylinder cars was approved by a federal judge yesterday. The settlement includes provisions for buybacks, and for vehicles to be modified to meet emissions standards.