Automakers typically develop self-driving cars to make driving safer and more relaxing. Volkswagen is taking the tech to the next level with a prototype that teaches drivers how to be faster and more confident on a race track.
Volkswagen has announced that a heavily revised Golf will debut in early November. Though it will technically be a mid-cycle refresh, we expect the new Golf to introduce new hybrid powertrains and infotainment tech.
The emissions scandal that has plagued Volkswagen for the better part of a year may finally be coming to an expensive close. The beleaguered German carmaker has settled with 652 U.S. dealerships to the tune of $1.21 billion.
Volkswagen has fully detailed the I.D. concept, which will make its public debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. A production version of the electric vehicle will go on sale in 2020 with a range of up to 373 miles.
Volkswagen has built an electric version of the Crafter, a full-size van not sold in the United States. The e-Crafter is only a concept at this point, but a production model is scheduled to arrive next year.