VW keeps teasing us with its all-electric Microbus, and if the latest Volkswagen roadmap is to be believed we’ve still got a couple more years to be patient through. Unveiled all the way back in January 2017, the ID. Buzz concept promised a reboot of the classic camper van, showcasing the then-new MEB electric platform and instantly finding itself with an eager audience of would-be owners.
After that, VW pushed out ID concept after ID concept, aiming to show just how flexible its modular electric architecture could be.
Audi customers have sensitive data exposed Volkswagen Group of America announced today (June 11) that more than 3.3 million potential Read more
This Europe-only passenger van is now built on VW's MQB platform. It seats up to seven, and the five rear Read more
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles never had such an extensive teaser campaign for a new product, not even for the Amarok, which Read more
The 2021 Volkswagen Arteon Big Sur concept arrives looking like the perfect sedan for the Incredible Hulk. VW says that Read more
Eighth-generation Volkswagen hatch will bank on new technology and decades of popularity amid stock limitations and the march toward SUVs Read more
If only VW's hotter, 296-hp hot hatch was available in the U.S. The Volkswagen GTI belongs to a much larger clan of Read more
Just two weeks ago, Volkswagen unveiled the Taos Basecamp concept and it’s now introducing it as a production model. In Read more
Yes, it's the SUV Tiger Woods was driving. But it's so much more than that. Some cars get you noticed. Read more
Nearly as large as the compact Tiguan, the Taos is an attractive new entry point for VW's crossover lineup. The Read more
German tuning house Manhart has sprinkled its tuner magic on the eighth-gen VW Golf GTI. In true Manhart tradition, the Read more
Volkswagen has found success with its Basecamp concepts, which take regular VW models and adds a host of neat accessories. Read more
Yes, the VW Taos Basecamp is a concept for now. But we have a strong feeling it won’t remain a Read more