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  • 09/19/18
    Models

    New Touareg receives five-star top rating in Euro NCAP

    Top marks for Volkswagen's Touareg: the European consumer protection organisation Euro NCAP has awarded the new luxury class model the maximum possible rating of five stars. In the eyes of the independent crash test experts, the SUV performed excellently in all categories.
  • 08/08/18
    Company

    High-tech for the future: Volkswagen Design focuses on working digitally

    LED screens, interactive design, collaboration in virtual reality: Volkswagen Design is forging ahead with the process of digital transformation and has completely changed its working methods over the past two years. And with success: from the creation of new products right up to the point of their acceptance, work is now consistently carried out digitally, which significantly increases the efficiency of individual work steps and facilitates collaboration across locations. The new processes also give employees much more room for personal and professional development.
  • 07/17/18
    Technology

    Five tips for relaxing summer holidays with the car

    A relaxing holiday starts with a pleasant journey. These days holidaymakers use their satnav and smartphone for a safe and stress-free journey. When these devices work as a team, they greatly enhance the holiday experience. The Volkswagen Car-Net is the key here. These five tips help drivers reduce stress levels when on holiday.
  • 07/12/18
    Models

    Technology in the new Touareg – Part 6: Always on – In the digital fast lane with the eSIM

    The new Touareg is “always on”. This is due to the factory-installed eSIM (fixed SIM card) built into the luxury SUV. It changes everything. The Touareg calls up the traffic situation online; Internet radio stations provide news, podcasts and music; navigation maps are updated online; buildings are displayed in 3D in the digital cockpit, providing a completely new navigation experience; and all passengers can go online via Wi-Fi hotspot.
  • 06/26/18
    Models

    Technology in the new Touareg – Part 5: the head-up display projects information onto the windscreen

    The Innovision cockpit in the new Touareg – an interactive digital landscape consisting of display and control elements – is the blueprint for the cockpit of the future. A head-up display lends the perfect finishing touch: it projects a virtual summary of the latest key information into the driver’s selective field of vision.
  • 06/15/18
    Volkswagen Group News

    Future Mobility Day 2018

    The mobility of the future is being created by consistent research and strategic development. The SEDRIC autonomous concept car, self-driving transport units for goods deliveries, learning assistance systems,augmented-reality technology for enhanced safety in road traffic, 3D printing procedures, the transformation of engine heat into electricity, vehicle sensors to measure air quality and innovative methods for developing batteries for electric vehicles are among the projects that Volkswagen Group Research is presenting at the Mobility Day 2018 and which will define mobile life in the future.
  • 05/18/18
    Volkswagen Group News

    What does a …      VR-Developer actually do at Volkswagen?

    Virtual reality (VR) is not just game-playing. At Volkswagen, VR is contributing to faster and more efficient development of vehicle models. VR developers such as David Kuri program the powerful software for it. The 26-year-old previously worked for an international computer game company. He is now contributing his specialist knowledge to Group IT's Virtual Engineering Lab.
  • 04/26/18
    Technology

    40-page journey back in time through the history of research at Volkswagen

    In its new publication Ahead of the time, Volkswagen goes on a fascinating journey back in time through the history of research and development: as early as in 1955, the brand developed its first prototype with a unitary body and front-wheel drive. The first crash tests were conducted in 1965 and the ESVW I research vehicle from 1972 represented a milestone in the improvement of safety. The 40-page brochure covers developments in the area of alternative drives and also takes a look at the shape of things to come.
  • 04/13/18
    Volkswagen Group News

    Volkswagen Group soon to have autonomous parking ready for series vehicles

    Using what is to date unique technology, the Volkswagen Group is currently testing autonomous parking at Hamburg Airport: based on a car park map the Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles navigate their way to a parking space on their own. Orientation is provided for them by simple pictorial markers installed in the multi-storey car park. Its advantage: this can be used in essentially any car park. The function is set to be available for the first customers in selected multi-storey car parks from the start of the next decade.  
  • 03/23/18
    Models

    Leading the way – Volkswagen presents the new Touareg

    Volkswagen is making a statement by staging a world premiere of a new model for the first time in China – its largest market. The new Touareg marks a milestone in the brand's largest model and technology campaign, and it shows what engineers and designers at Volkswagen can do. The new flagship takes a top position in the premium class SUV segment with its expressive design, its innovative operating, convenience and safety systems, as well as in the high quality of its materials and craftsmanship.
  • 03/06/18
    Models

    Volkswagen world premiere in Geneva The ID. VIZZION – the saloon for tomorrow and beyond

    In a world premiere event at the Geneva Motor Show (6 to 18 March) Volkswagen is presenting the ID. VIZZION concept car – the new flagship of the electric ID. Family. With the ID. VIZZION, Volkswagen defines the saloon of tomorrow and beyond: autonomous driving, effortless control via augmented reality, and adaptive learning thanks to artificial intelligence. The ID. VIZZION thus achieves a new dimension of comfort, convenience, safety, and sustainability.
  • 02/19/18
    Models

    World premiere of the ID. VIZZION in Geneva Volkswagen shows the potential of its new range of ID. models

    The ID. VIZZION supports the Volkswagen claim for future individual mobility. Its electric drive system makes the car clean in road traffic, and its automatic driving control will make it safe and much more comfortable. At the same time, this innovative concept car at the Geneva International Motor Show demonstrates how elegant and emotional the design of a vehicle of the future can be. Inside the ID. VIZZION, a completely new feeling of driving and living is created without a steering wheel or visible controls.
  • 01/08/18
    Models

    Volkswagen and NVIDIA to Infuse AI into Future Vehicle Lineup

    Volkswagen and NVIDIA today shared their vision for how AI and deep learning will shape the development of a new generation of intelligent Volkswagen vehicles. At the kickoff of the 2018 International CES, Volkswagen CEO Dr Herbert Diess and NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang discussed on stage how AI is transforming the auto industry and highlighted the new ID. BUZZ, Volkswagen's exciting new rebirth of the iconic Volkswagen MicroBus, reimagined in electric car form and infused with AI technology for the cockpit and self-driving.
  • 11/30/17
    Company

    Volkswagen's strategic realignment is delivering

    The Volkswagen brand is moving ahead with the transformation initiated under its TRANSFORM 2025+ strategy a year ago. Implementation is running at full speed and the core brand of the Volkswagen Group has made progress in all the key action areas over the past 12 months.
  • 11/29/17
    Technology

    Los Angeles Auto Show 2017: Volkswagen will shape electric mobility of the future

    At the Los Angeles Auto Show Volkswagen is offering visitors a look at the future of its electric mobility campaign. Volkswagen is presenting three show cars at the Californian show – the compact ID., the spacious ID. BUZZ and the elegant ID.CROZZ SUV. They represent a completely new vehicle architecture that has been consistently designed for electric drive systems. By 2025 the Volkswagen brand plans to sell one million electric vehicles per year and is aiming to be the market leader in electric mobility. The first model from the all-electric ID. Family for Europe will be a compact model, while in the USA the first model will be an SUV.
  • 11/27/17
    Models

    Golf Sportsvan – the update

    Perfected all-rounder The Golf Sportsvan is one of the most flexible and spacious cars in the compact class. With its elevated seating position and a rear seating system with longitudinal adjustment, the Sportsvan offers interior properties that are otherwise usually found only in a traditional van. As a result, this Golf will appeal to drivers who like to sit a little higher, who travel with children, who want flexibility for their leisure activities and who value a compact Volkswagen that offers a lot of stowage space. Now an update has sharpened the design and features of the all-rounder while, at the same time, Volkswagen has updated its drive, assistance and infotainment systems.
  • 10/24/17
    Models

    Personalisation – individual settings on demand Arteon, T-Roc, Golf & Co. "recognise" their drivers

    People are different. Some are tall, others are short; some like loud rock music, others may prefer classical; some actually freeze in summer, while others are too warm even in winter. If a number of people share one and the same car, each change of driver involves setting, altering and adjusting preferences. Now Volkswagen is putting a stop to all this. "Personalisation" in the true meaning of the word is the key here: the individual settings are allocated to a user name – Driver1, for example – and the respective car key activates them automatically. The personalisation function is already available for the new T-Roc and Arteon as well as all versions of the current Golf, Touran, Tiguan and Passat. As soon as these Volkswagen models are fitted with the feature known as driving profile selection and/or (depending on the model) with a memory function for the driver's seat, personalisation is also included.
  • 09/27/17
    Technology

    Traveling in a Volkswagen that is still to be developed

    Volkswagen plant, Technical Development, Hall 70: a Golf rolls up. The hall has no windows but the Golf glides through a sunny urban scene. Here too, nothing is real, not even the Golf. This model will only appear on the roads in a few years' time. Nevertheless, Frank Ostermann and Mathias Möhring are already sitting in the car. Ostermann enters a new route while Möhring adjusts the air conditioning. It's all no problem. The virtual Golf and its surroundings are the result of ground-breaking teamwork. The Volkswagen Group IT Virtual Engineering Lab and the Technical Development Department of the Volkswagen brand had a shared goal. They wanted to revolutionize the development of new Volkswagen models. They have succeeded: The next Golf will already be developed virtually.
  • 09/12/17
    Models

    IAA 2017: Volkswagen brand points the way to the automotive future

    The Volkswagen brand is pointing the way to the future at its motor show appearance at this year's International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt: along with the world premiere of the new ID.CROZZ – a zero emission SUV that will go into production in 2020 – three other premieres will be featured: the new T-Roc, the new Polo GTI and the updated Golf Sportsvan. Dr Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Brand Board of Management Volkswagen Passenger Cars: "We will be thoroughly updating our vehicle range by 2020 and expanding into important segments. In 2025 Volkswagen Brand will already be offering 23 all-electric models and invest 6 billion euros in electric mobility over the next five years. In this process, the different drive technologies will continue to have currency for many years to come. It makes sense for diesel, petrol and electric drives to mutually complement one another."
  • 09/05/17
    Technology

    Volkswagen and IBM develop digital mobility services together

    Volkswagen and IBM today announced that they intend to develop digital mobility services together. Jürgen Stackmann, Member of the Board of Management of the Volkswagen brand responsible for Sales, says: "The objective of the agreement between Volkswagen and IBM, which has initially been concluded for a term of five years, is the development of personalized digital services for the driver, with a view to actively shaping the growing trend towards networking between vehicles and drivers."
  • 09/01/17
    E-mobility

    Goodbye to cold feet: Volkswagen and Deutsche Telekom connecting home and automobile

    Still on the road, and yet already busy at home. Although it sounds like a paradox, it is actually quite simple. At the IFA 2017 international consumer electronics exhibition beginning today, Volkswagen and Deutsche Telekom are demonstrating how drivers can connect with their homes via their vehicle's infotainment system. Starting this September, they will be able to control certain household devices right from within the vehicle.
  • 08/28/17
    Models

    Sportier, larger, more connected and personalised – the new Polo launches with a digital cockpit for the first time   

    - Sixth generation Polo to continue success story: With more than 14 million units sold worldwide to date (including derivatives nearly 16.5 million units), the Polo is one of the most successful vehicles in its class. - Optimised package due to MQB: Longer and lower in height than the previous generation, the new Polo is also larger inside. Length: 4,053 mm (+81 mm), wheelbase: 2,548 mm (+92 mm), cargo capacity: 351 litres (+71 litres). - Thanks to MQB, Polo sets standards in its class:  Features such as Front Assist, Blind Spot Monitor, ACC, Automatic Post-Collision Braking System and LED headlights are otherwise only familiar from higher vehicle classes. - First Polo with digital instruments: The second generation of Active Info Display celebrates its world premiere in the new Polo. - Polo appeals with emotional and charismatic design: : The new exterior is marked by expressive dynamism with a masculine front end. - The luxury of choice: Trendline, Comfortline, Highline, GTI, Beats and lifestyle packages result in a broad range of versions. - Polo sets standards in personalisation: 14 body colours and eight dashpad colours offer almost limitless possibilities. - Natural gas for the first time: The engines output between 48 kW / 65 PS and 147 kW / 200 PS. New highlight in the Polo: TGI (natural gas) with 66 kW / 90 PS. - Attractive pricing: New Polo launches with four doors and Front Assist as standard at a price of 12,975 euros (Germany).
  • 05/19/17
    Volkswagen Group News

    Volkswagen showcases future-oriented Group IT projects

    Future-oriented projects and innovations of Volkswagen Group IT were in the spotlight at the IT Symposium held in Wolfsburg on Friday, which was attended by members of the Group and Brand Boards of Management, top management and Works Council. The main focus was on IT solutions with which customer services could be made even more convenient and corporate procedures further improved. Topics included the utilization of quantum computers, the virtual concept car and the digitalized workplace at Volkswagen.
  • 05/04/17
    Technology

    2017 AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Award: Volkswagen wins award as the most innovative volume brand

    Today the Volkswagen brand received the award "Most Innovative Volume Brand" from the Center of Automotive Management (CAM). The established industry award was presented at a gala in Frankfurt to Stefan Gies, Head of Passenger Car Chassis Development at Volkswagen. In addition, Volkswagen received two further awards as the most innovative brand in the categories "Interface & Connectivity" and "Autonomous Driving & Safety"
  • 03/16/17
    Technology

    How Volkswagen is developing the car of the future virtually

    Bright sunlight floods the Volkswagen Virtual Engineering Lab in Wolfsburg. Two dozen screens flicker, some of them showing graphics and others hundreds of lines of program code. In the center of the room, there is a scale 1:4 model of a Golf. Frank Ostermann inspects the model, and then he changes its wheels, replaces the rear lights and modifies the wing mirrors. Ostermann uses voice commands and gestures to change the design. It is all completed in a matter of seconds. Augmented reality makes it possible. The software required was developed in the Virtual Engineering Lab and the team's results could revolutionize the work of engineers and designers.
  • 03/06/17
    Volkswagen Group News

    Individual mobility redefined: Autonomous driving at the touch of a button

    The Volkswagen Group redefines individual mobility. The company is the first automobile manufacturer to present an integrated mobility concept for mobility of the future in road traffic, including a Concept Car developed from scratch for autonomous driving. Sedric (self-driving car) provides a concrete insight into this innovative form of individual mobility that can be used by everyone, but which can nevertheless be geared to personal needs and aspirations – available at the touch of a button, easy, sustainable, convenient, and safe. The first Concept Car from the Volkswagen Group is a cross-brand ideas platform. The Volkswagen Group is using Sedric to highlight the major importance of fully automated driving in the future strategy of the company.
  • 01/09/17
    Models

    NAIAS 2017 in Detroit: Volkswagen presents the ID. BUZZ

    The new era of electric mobility is starting and Volkswagen is set to define it: with the ID. BUZZ, Volkswagen is presenting at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit the microbus of the new age. The electric MPV concept gives a renewed look ahead towards the future – with the aim of bringing electric mobility for all into the world of tomorrow. The new brand claim sums it up: "We make the future real."
  • 01/05/17
    E-mobility

    Volkswagen at CES 2017: "We are always on."

    True to the slogan "We are always on." Volkswagen is enabling visitors to experience its ideas about the mobility of tomorrow at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES). In the age of digitalisation, it diverges from the classic relationship between customer and car to a new mobile community – intelligently connected and sustainably transported.The focus is on connected individual users and their personal digital preferences. On a digital platform – the Volkswagen Ecosystem – visitors have an opportunity to configure personal settings and services conveniently with their own Volkswagen User-ID and take them along wherever they wish, independent of a specific vehicle. Show visitors can fully experience the innovative functions of the Volkswagen Ecosystem live. In addition, the company is presenting the next milestones of intuitive user operation with its Volkswagen Digital Cockpit (3D), Eyetracking and AR Head-up Display. All of these features culminate in the ID., a vehicle concept for a new era. It combines the digitally connected world with an electrically powered car that can drive fully autonomous, if desired. This unifies the Volkswagen innovation fields of Connected Community, Intuitive Usability, Smart Sustainability and Automated Driving.
  • 01/02/17
    E-mobility

    The Volkswagen brand at CES 2017: Interactive Volkswagen APP is the key to a personalised digital experience at CES 2017

    Volkswagen is bringing a special APP to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas (5th to 8th of January, 2017), with which show visitors can experience the future interactively – and is launching it in stores. It is now available for download in the App Store (iOS) and at Google Play (Android). Visitors can use the show app at the Volkswagen booth to immerse themselves in the future and experience how human, car and environment will, in the future, be intelligently interconnected in the Volkswagen Ecosystem via the Volkswagen User-ID.
  • 12/15/16
    Technology

    "The third eye for the right speed" – Dynamic Road Sign Display delivers the latest information in real time

    "Is there still a speed limit?" Probably every motorist has at some time asked this question either in the city or when driving on open roads and motorways. If you can't get any indications either from passengers or other signs, you run the risk of getting caught at the next speed control. In this case Volkswagen's traffic sign recognition can be helpful. Within the limits of the system, you can check on the most important warning and prohibition signs along the routes in real time.
  • 12/14/16
    E-mobility

    Volkswagen at CES 2017 – Connectivity is being transformed into a personal digital experience

    t the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas (5-8 January 2017), Volkswagen will unveil its vision of future mobility – a world of intelligent connectivity and sustainable vehicles.
  • 11/10/16
    Models

    World premiere in Wolfsburg: Volkswagen presents the new Golf

    Volkswagen presented a major update of the Golf at the brand's tower in Wolfsburg today. Key features: enhanced design, new engine technologies, new assistance systems and a new generation of infotainment systems. As a world first in the compact class, the top-of-the-range "Discover Pro" infotainment system can be operated by gesture control. With its 9.2-inch screen it forms a conceptual and visual entity with the Active Info Display (digital instrument panel), which is also new to the Golf. The updated Golf is one of the first compact cars to be available with semi-automated driving functions, for instance, the new Traffic Jam Assist function can guide the Volkswagen in stop-and-go traffic.
  • 09/29/16
    Technology

    Volkswagen at 2016 Paris International Motor Show: World premiere of the visionary ID. concept car

    Think New! Under this guiding principle, and with a visionary electric vehicle, Volkswagen is offering a fascinating outlook on the mobility of tomorrow at the Paris International Motor Show (1 –16 October). The world premiere of the ID. is the focal point of the company's show appearance. The zero-emission ID. will already be going into production in 2020, and it will kick off a new generation of innovative electric vehicles.
  • 09/05/16
    E-mobility

    If the postman rings twice: talking to visitors using Volkswagen Car-Net App-Connect

    On the move and still at home. You can now achieve this in your car. Together with DoorBird, the Berlin-based start-up, and Hörmann, the gate and door manufacturer, Volkswagen will be presenting a world exclusive at the IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung) in Berlin: the means to connect to the door station at home using your vehicle's infotainment system.
  • 07/22/15
    Models

    Innovative head-up display for the new Passat

    One of the highlights of the eighth Passat generation is the new head-up display. It projects relevant trip data and alerts onto a high-quality slide-out pane positioned directly in the driver's field of vision. This technical innovation can now be ordered as an option for the whole Passat range – Passat Saloon, Passat Variant, Passat Alltrack and Passat GTE – at a price of € 560².
  • 09/28/14
    Models

    The World Premiere of the Passat GTE

    Ten important facts about the world premiere of the Passat GTE: 1. The Passat GTE is the first plug-in hybrid by Volkswagen offered both in saloon and estate versions. 2. The new Passat GTE is front wheel-driven and develops a maximum system output of 160 kW / 218 PS. 3. With a sufficient battery charge and up to a defined minimum outside temperature, the Passat GTE always starts in the all-electric "E-Mode". 4. The Passat GTE can cover a distance of up to 50 kilometres in the electric "E-Mode" and thus with zero emissions. 5. The driving range with a full tank and fully charged battery is over 1,000 km. Paris-London-Paris without refuelling. 6. The standard fuel consumption in accordance with NEDC fuel consumption* is under 2.0 l/100 km (analogous to less than 45 g/km CO2). 7. The Passat GTE has a top speed in Hybrid mode of over 220 km/h; driven in all-electric "E-Mode", 130 km/h. 8. Standard: LED headlights, "Composition Media" infotainment system, Front Assist and City Emergency Braking. 9. The Passat GTE will be available with the optional digital and interactive Active Info Display. 10. The design of the Passat GTE was customised. One of its identifying features is the C-shaped LED daytime running light.

Press kits

  • 07/11/18
    Models

    “I am more” – the new T-Cross

    With the compact T-Cross Volkswagen is adding a practical and cool entry-level model to its SUV range.
  • 05/04/18
    Volkswagen Newsroom

    Leading the way – The new Touareg

    Volkswagen is launching its new flagship - the third generation Touareg. Equipped with connectivity for the modern era as well as a pioneering fusion of assist, comfort, light and infotainment systems, the allrounder leads the way into the future.
  • 04/18/18
    Models

    ID. Crozz - World premiere

    The ID. CROZZ is Volkswagen's first electrically powered crossover utility vehicle (CUV) – a four-door coupé and sports utility vehicle (SUV) in one.
  • 03/06/18
    Models

    Micro mobility by Volkswagen Streetmate and Cityskater – the Geneva premieres

    Urban mobility: Volkswagen is presenting progressive electric vehicles for urban centres in the form of the Cityskater and the Streetmate concept scooter.
  • 03/05/18
    Models

    ID. Vizzion - World Premiere

    A next-generation, avant-garde premium class saloon. It drives autonomously and is operated by voice and gesture control. Thanks to artificial intelligence, it will be capable of learning. It is a fascinating Volkswagen of tomorrow, which will be opening a portal to the future.
  • 01/16/18
    Models

    The new up! GTI

    A sports car in the original GTI format. It is the small GTI that enables younger drivers to fulfil a dream, and those who are perhaps not-so-young to rekindle old memories.
  • 10/13/17
    Models

    The T-Roc

    The T-Roc is the new face in the crowd. A versatile vehicle – available with front-wheel or all-wheel drive (with all-wheel drive, including the 4MOTION Active Control driver experience switch, as standard) – which combines the dominance of an SUV with the agility of a sporty compact. A car that is just as much at home in the city as it is on long journeys.
  • 09/11/17
    Technology

    'Volkswagen We' – The matrix of mobility services

    In the future, Volkswagen will be bundling all digital services and apps on the 'Volkswagen We' services platform. The result is an innovative matrix of Volkswagen mobility services.
  • 08/28/17
    Models

    The new Polo – Driving presentation

    Progressive compact car. The Polo, which has sold more than 14 million units worldwide, is a giant among small cars. Now a completely redeveloped sixth generation has arrived.
  • 04/12/17
    Models

    The new Polo GTI – Driving presentation

    The new Polo GTI is another highpoint in the long GTI history. Climb in, adjust the sports seats, buckle up – an ergonomically made-to-measure connection between driver and machine.
  • 01/09/17
    Models

    ID. BUZZ – world premiere

    In its design, the electric concept van forges links between the legendary origins of the Volkswagen brand and its electrifying future. The ID. BUZZ, like the ID., is another new Volkswagen vehicle that will give a face to electric mobility. These are cars whose thoroughly clear design reflects a transformation – of the brand and its models.
  • 09/29/16
    Models

    ID. – the world premiere

    The fact is that the ID. combines the digitally connected world with electric drive, if required, and heralds a new era of fully automated driving. Analogously, this resulted in a visionary design for the electric cars of the future. It puts the spotlight on the individual: it is positive, honest, and fascinating to look at.

Stories

09/07/18
Technology

Totally digital

From DigiFiz to Active Info Display – development of the digital cockpit
03/29/18
Models

The new Touareg – A Reason to be Proud

What a treat for the Volkswagen employees at the Wolfsburg factory. Even before its official European premiere, they get to see the brand’s new flagship with its gleaming rims, shiny finish, and purring engine. The SUV is exhibited at various locations across the expansive factory grounds. It’s a wonderful surprise. Filled with joy, pride and admiration, many employees seize the opportunity to get to know the crown jewel first-hand.
03/01/18
Models

Ready for the customer

On "approval test run" with the new Touareg
12/29/17
Models

The perfect trio

11/02/17
E-mobility

Stereo systems of the Golf.

Badkground reports

  • 05/04/18
    Models

    Leading the way – The new Touareg

    A fusion of technologies: Assistance, comfort and driving dynamics systems allow for a new level of safety and performance Digitalised cockpit: Displays of the instruments and infotainment system merge into a new “Innovision Cockpit” Night becomes day: “Nightvision” and new “IQ.Light – LED matrix headlight” ensure increased safety in the dark Lighter and bigger: The aluminium-steel body of the new Touareg weighs 106 kg less and the luggage compartment has an additional 113 litres
  • 03/05/18
    Models

    ID. VIZZION – World Premiere

    Basic facts – the ID. VIZZION in key points
  • 12/04/17
    Models

    The new Polo GTI – Driving presentation

    First Polo GTI to feature so many driver assistance systems First Polo GTI with the option of fully digital instruments
  • 10/13/17
    Models

    The T-Roc

    Volkswagen SUV campaign gains further momentum with the T-Roc Future SUV range will extend from the T-Cross to the Touareg
  • 09/11/17
    Models

    ID. CROZZ II and the ID. Family

    e-campaign: ID. and ID. CROZZ launch in 2020, ID. BUZZ in 2022   Premiere at the IAA: Volkswagen presents the ID. CROZZ II
  • 09/11/17
    Technology

    'Volkswagen We' – Mobility services

    New and existing online services and apps will from now on be bundled under the name 'Volkswagen We'   80 million 'Volkswagen We' users expected by 2025
  • 08/28/17
    Models

    The new Polo – Driving presentation

    Sportier, larger, more connected and personalised – the new Polo launches with a digital cockpit for the first time
  • 04/18/17
    Models

    ID. CROZZ – World premiere

    Electric concept car with 500 km range, all-wheel drive and autopilot mode New CleanAir system ensures extremely clean air on board the ID. CROZZ
  • 01/09/17
    Models

    ID. BUZZ – world premiere

    Electric van has a driving range of up to 600 kilometers / 270 miles and seats eight people Versatile zero-emission all-wheel drive vehicle transfers a Microbus feeling into the future
  • 01/05/17
    E-mobility

    CES 2017 in Las Vegas

    In the future, your own profile and preferences will always be with you – regardless of which Volkswagen model you're driving Volkswagen presents the next milestone in ease of use Visionary ID. electric car being shown for first time in the USA
  • 09/29/16
    Technology

    ID. – the world premiere

    An ambassador: the ID. is the first Volkswagen of a new fleet of electric cars It runs and runs: the ID. has a range of 400 to 600 kilometres Ready for the future: the ID. concept car demonstrates a fully automated mode for the year 2025
  • 01/06/16
    E-mobility

    e-Golf Touch / Infotainment news

    Bringing gesture control to mass production cars: The e-Golf Touch has some surprises in store with a new infotainment system of the next generation
  • 05/25/15
    Technology

    Volkswagen News International CES Asia

    Golf R Touch: cockpit concept solves future challenges Connected Golf: perfect compatibility with MirrorLinkTM, AppleTM and GoogleTM Intelligent Charge: e-Golf automatically docks above inductive charging plate Trained Parking: future Park Assist drives into garage semi-automatically
  • 01/06/15
    Technology

    Volkswagen News CES – Consumer Electronics Show

    "The two inventions of the century, the car and the computer, are gradually converging. We need to design future mobility to be even more intelligent and networked." Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, CEO Volkswagen AG