Search Close Menu

Tag Search Result

Volkswagen

Volkswagen's EV Crossover Named ID4

Partially revealed at the Frankfurt auto show, the vehicle looks to be a production version of the ID Crozz concept vehicle and will be available in the U.S. in late 2020.

GM, Volkswagen to Scrap Hybrid Vehicles

General Motors and Volkswagen are cutting hybrid vehicles from their lineups in the U.S., but are continuing to lean into the investment of battery-electric vehicles.

Europcar Adds 15 EVs to New Zealand Fleet

Europcar is now offering EVs for private, leisure, and business rentals at its Auckland Airport, Christchurch Airport, Wellington Airport locations, and Dunedin.

Volkswagen Expands EV Push to 70 Models

Volkswagen Group boosted development of electrified vehicles, announcing that the company will develop 70 battery-electric models by 2025. Previously, Volkswagen had said it would produce 50 battery-electric vehicles by 2023.

VW to Invest $800M in EV Production

Volkswagen AG will invest $800 million to expand its Chattanooga, Tenn., assembly plant to establish it as the base to manufacture battery-electric vehicles for the North American market starting in 2022, according to the automaker.

VW to Invest $50B on Electric, Autonomous Vehicles by 2023

Volkswagen will spend 44 billion euros ($50.2 billion) on electric vehicles, digitization, autonomous technology, and mobility services globally by 2023, which marks an increase of 10 billion euros ($11.4 billion) from its year-ago forecast.