Volkswagen Car News, Photos & Videos
By Jon Derrickson on June 18, 2018
At Volkswagen’s North American Engineering Planning Center in the heart of Tennessee, an exciting idea has transitioned into an awesome sport sedan. The 2018 Volkswagen Passat GT was born in America, and shares many similarities with the epic cars of the late 1990s; plenty of space, sport aesthetics and a mean engine under the hood.
By Zlatan Stankovic on June 13, 2018
It’s been nearly five years since Volkswagen were active in the US with a car that could accommodate more than five people. That project was the Volkswagen Routan, and its US lifespan stretched from 2009 to 2014. But, the Routan was outdated and failed to generate any traction in the market.
By Steve Hampton on April 2, 2018
When you consider top of the range SUVs, most people typically think of a Range Rover Velar, Mercedes GLE or a Bentley Bentayga. Many other brands try and compete, but it’s very rare that alternative models make any sort of impact on the market. Although, back when Volkswagen released the first version of their Touareg, it did manage to capture the attention of millions.
By Steve Hampton on January 29, 2018
The Volkswagen Golf has arguably been the dominant force in the hatchback niche over the last five years, and there are a number of reasons why. Firstly, it looks incredibly stylish, but still possesses enough space and practicality to function as an awesome family car.
By Zlatan Stankovic on January 8, 2018
These days, SUVs are in season, and they’re only continuing to rise in popularity. There’s plenty of models which are dominating the US market, the likes of the Toyota Tacoma, Honda Ridgeline and the Chevrolet Colorado.
By Zlatan Stankovic on December 21, 2017
Ever since it came out there has always been something missing with the Volkswagen Arteon; there’s never been a version which could compete with super cars in terms of power, or get the blood boiling of true car enthusiasts.
By Zlatan Stankovic on August 22, 2017
Sonoma County Makes Huge Step for Electric Cars. You can now buy e-Golf for $4,495
By Jon Derrickson on March 29, 2013
Audi is teaming up with Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Volkswagen and GM to lobby US law makers to update a 1968 regulation requiring vehicles to have switch to change their headlights from high beams to low beams. The headlight technology has advanced tremendously over the years from sealed beam headlights introduced in the 1940's to halogen in the 60's and 70's, xenon lights in the 90's to the most recent light-emitting diode (or LED) headlights.