This weekend, PlayStation 3 gamers in North America will be enjoying Gran Turismo 6 and to hype up the release, Polyphony Digital has released renderings of even more Vision Gran Turismo concepts that will be heading to the game.
Volkswagen is the German giant, also owning Audi, Maserati, Porsche and others. VW, known as the ‘people’s car,’ builds fuel efficient cars with comfort in mind. Diesel engines are an important part of VW’s business. Some iconic Volkswagen’s are the Beetle, Jetta. Upcoming models to watch: CC, Golf, TDI
Volkswagen is working to spread its new MQB scalable platform to more models, and next up is the Passat, a car which our spy photographers found testing in the wild.
The CEO of Volkswagen Group of America says the brand would consider bringing the Amarok to America if the U.S. government gets rid of the “Chicken Tax.”
To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, the Volkswagen Touareg will get a special edition X model based off the TDI Clean Diesel Lux trim.
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The Volkswagen Golf is an internationally popular car and it’s adding one more trinket to its trophy case, winning this year’s Car of the Year Japan.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
Holding 72 percent of the light-duty diesel market in the U.S., Volkswagen itself is surprised by how quickly Americans have embraced clean diesel powerplants.
Volkswagen has teamed up with dance Underworld to create a unique smartphone app that will play music based on the way you’re driving.
The Volkswagen e-Golf has made its North American debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Volkswagen will bring its CrossBlue Coupe Concept, which first debuted earlier this year in Shanghai, to the 2013 L.A. Auto Show.
Numerous issues across the Volkswagen Group’s portfolio is causing a worldwide recall that will impact 2.64-million vehicles.
The Volkswagen e-Golf will be making its North American debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show next week.
In case you haven’t heard the news, J Mays is retiring from Ford. As group vice president and chief creative officer of Blue Oval design he’s kind of a big deal. But that’s not the extent of his achievements. Mays’ automotive career spans more than three decades with tenure at companies far beyond the one…
Volkswagen has confirmed that a Ducati-powered XL1 is in development and the sports car could get green lit for a limited production run.
Before trucks and utility vehicles became all the rage, large sedans used to be the heart of the American car market. They dominated thoroughfares and back roads of this country for decades. Big Buicks, mighty Mopars and forceful Fords were a way of life for drivers just half a lifetime ago.
Volkswagen has released pricing information on a host of Passat models, all of which get their power from a 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
Roughly 61,000 SUVs from Volkswagen are the subject of an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Volkswagen is showcasing a couple of exciting vehicular improvements and some specially modified cars at SEMA in Las Vegas this week.
The next-generation Volkswagen Scirocco R could launch as soon as 2017 according to a recent report, and it could be a global product.
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The Volkswagen XL1 has made its North American debut in Chattanooga, Tennessee where it’s on display at the 2013 Society of Environmental Journalists Conference.
Several years ago Volkswagen launched an ambitious new product strategy for the U.S. market. It has failed.
Volkswagen has begun development on its wildest bug ever: the Beetle R.