The VW Taigun will get the same engine options as its stablemate, the Skoda Kushaq. Volkswagen is gearing up to launch the Taigun in India this year. If the latest reports are true, then bookings for the crossover might open around mid-August, while the official launch is expected to take
Volkswagen has added another crossover to its line-up in Europe with the new Taigo, which is essentially a renamed version of the Nivus sold in South American markets like Brazil. Both models are underpinned by the MQB A0 platform that is also used for the Polo Mk6 as well as
The German carmaker, currently has an EV line-up which accounts for just 3 percent of its total global sales. Volkswagen is aiming to establish itself as the ‘world’s largest EV maker’ by 2025 – a title currently held by Tesla. According to a media report, the company stated that it
It will support BEV production in the country. By the way of announcing the NEW AUTO strategy through 2030, the Volkswagen Group has revealed also a third potential gigafactory investment in Europe. The company would like to establish (together with partners) a total of six lithium-ion battery cell plants in
The upcoming electric commercial vehicle was recently spotted with its production body and we were able to make this rendering. After seeing several Volkswagen ID Buzz mules wearing Transporter T6.1 bodies, earlier this week we saw the very first prototype wearing its final production body. It was still camouflaged, and
Electric cars stand for close to 5% of Volkswagen’s total sales volume. Volkswagen announced very strong sales results in the second quarter of this year in the U.S., as the company sold 120,520 vehicles, which is the highest quarterly results since 1973. Sales rebounded 72% from the weak last year.
This is the first non-mule ID Buzz prototype and it looks like it’s the ID Cargo with no rear windows. After countless batches of spy photos showing only test mules for the upcoming ID Buzz electric commercial vehicle from Volkswagen, we finally got a look at the actual production body.
It’s been four long years since Volkswagen confirmed it would put the electric ID. Buzz MPV concept into production. It looks like the company’s attention has finally turned fully to the MPV, now that the ID.3 hatchback and ID.4 SUV have gone on sale. Evidence of this has been provided
Volkswagen confirmed that they will discontinue its IC-engine models in Europe between 2033 and 2035, while the USA and Chinese markets will follow at a slight later stage. Volkswagen has announced that the company will discontinue the sales of petrol and diesel-powered vehicles in Europe, between 2033 and 2035. According
The automaker excludes making an ICE pickup, because it would be at odds with its plans to electrify its lineup. The popularity of lifestyle pickups, for people who like the look of but don’t really need a truck, is on the rise, even in places outside the United States. Proof