Volkswagen is in the early stages of developing a sedan that will bridge the gap between the Passat and Phaeton. Continue Reading...
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Volkswagen’s premium sedan will make a return to the U.S. in style. Continue Reading...
As Volkswagen mulls over its plans to bring the Phaeton back to the U.S., the German automaker is considering a cheaper, more affordable variant. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen CEO Michael Horn has disclosed some of the German automaker’s future plans for the U.S. market and they include one big vehicle, but not another. Continue Reading...
The next-generation Volkswagen Phaeton will be “class leading,” according to Heinz-Jacob Neusser, the German automaker’s head of development. Continue Reading...
The Volkswagen Phaeton will return to the U.S., but it won’t be any time soon as earlier reports had suggested. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen plans to bring the Phaeton sedan back to the U.S., hoping to grab a piece of the upscale sedan market, something the German automaker has struggled to do thus far. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is being accused of tampering with their efficiency graphs, by adding a non-existant H-category so that their Phaeton wouldn’t appear to be in very last place. The energy efficiency graph is assigned to all new cars by the German Environmental Aid Association and are only mandatory for cars since December 1st, 2011. Their 4.2L… Continue Reading...
The next-generation Volkswagen Phaeton will be offered in North America says VW product planning boss Juergen Borrmann. The first generation version of the flagship luxury sedan originally went on sale in the U.S. in 2002, but was dropped in 2006 after dismal sales results. Originally targeted at 20,000 units globally, last year VW moved just… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen‘s impressive luxury flagship, the Phaeton, may return to the U.S. after all – but not any time soon. According to a new report by Motor Trend, a VW rep told them as much, commenting that VW execs now believe the decision to cut the Phaeton from the U.S. market was “premature.” Sold here between… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen’s U.S. CEO has confirmed the planned return of the Phaeton. In an interview with The Detroit News, Stefan Jacoby outlined the German automaker’s plans to become a major payer in the U.S. market and to sell 800,000 vehicles annually by 2018. The plan includes vehicles, many of them entirely new models, to compete in… Continue Reading...
We’ve known for some time now that Volkswagen is planning to build a new mid-size sedan, but as details of the German automaker’s future product lineup emerge, it appears as though VW isn’t just interest in taking on the Camry, but the entire Toyota lineup. Volkswagen has the potential to overtake Toyota as the world’s… Continue Reading...