Volkswagen and diesel aren’t the ideal two words to go together for the last four years or so. Many automakers have been having hard time after the dieselgate that has occurred a few years ago, including brands under the Volkswagen Group like Porsche and Audi, resulting in both automakers into ultimately stopping the production of
Germany’s KBA automotive watchdog on Tuesday revealed a recall of Volkswagen’s flagship European sport-utility vehicles (SUV) with 3-litre diesel motor after discovering two illegal emissions control devices in the models. New proof of Volkswagen’s deployment of defeat gadgets continues to emerge over two years after its emissions-test dieselgate took off in the United States. Europe’s
After years of sluggish sales, Volkswagen is finally eliminating the Touareg for the United States market. Regardless of the ever-growing appeal of SUVs and crossovers, the Touareg never made significant impact in America. Sales of the near-luxury SUV dropped 26 percent in the first half of this year, with just 1,630 units rolling off dealership
A Lawyer for Europe’s biggest automaker, Volkswagen, informed a United States district judge today that the automaker will most likely be able to repair the 85,000 outstanding 3.0 L diesel Verandas, Audis, and Volkswagens that were likewise discovered to flout emissions regulations, following discoveries that almost 500,000 2.0 L diesel cars were built with unlawful
Volkswagen Touareg is one of the most sought after cars from the German automakers and the Gold Edition just seems to justify this all the more. But what Volkswagen is doing with the car is to get rid of most of the gold parts of the car and introduce some racing elements into the car.
Geneva Motor Show held this March had the entry of the 2011 Volkswagen Touareg in its debut appearance. The car was shown in both its diesel as well as petrol versions. In addition the hybrid version of the car was also put up on display. There has been quite a lot of talk generated thereafter