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12.05.16 - Volkswagen Logo

The Volkswagen Diesel Scandal Takes a Turn in the US

There’s no real doubt that many of those responsible for the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal will eventually be charged criminally if they can be, but there is a great deal of difficulty in being able to do this. Most of the team that is responsible

06.26.16 - Volkswagen BUDD-e Concept

Electrification from Volkswagen

We are certainly in an age where every car company needs to embrace the fact they should have some electric vehicles in their lineup. Volkswagen has already begun to figure this out and showed us a concept recently that may become the basis for a

05.13.16 - Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn

Cooperation in the Midst of a Scandal

Volkswagen is currently working with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), California Air Resources Board (CARB) the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Attorney General of each of the fifty states and the US Department of Justice to come to a resolution regarding their diesel emissions scandal.

12.18.15 - 2016 Dodge Charger

What Do You See?

When you look at a car do you immediately see speed?  If that car happens to be a sedan that is made to haul around the family then you most likely don’t think of speed, but you think instead of function and safety.  Even though

2016 Volkswagen GTI

The GTI Offers a System that Might Work Too Well

The fun of driving a Volkswagen GTI has been well-documented.  With a powerful and energetic engine that puts the car out front and gives you the dynamic ride you want from a car that can handle any twist or turn you would think there wouldn’t

Mazda CX-5

Compact Crossover SUVs: Offering a Ranking System

We as consumers have spoken, the car makers of the world have answered, and what we now have is a highly competitive compact crossover SUV market that is literally filled with awesome vehicles that blend fuel mileage with performance with capability. Many of these SUVs

2016 Audi Q7

The 2016 Audi Q7 will be Volkswagen’s first diesel plug-in

Potentially confirming previous reports, Automotive News claims to have spoken with a source within the Volkswagen Group who reports that the German automaker’s next Audi Q7 will come with a diesel-powered plug-in-hybrid powertrain model. If these claims are true, this would be the first time

Volkswagen Brand

Volkswagen is restructuring its brands and regions

Volkswagen, the third largest automaker in the world by vehicle production, has an incredibly diverse group of brands and regional managers, which the company believes is contributing to its underperformance in certain key markets. Reuters is reporting that, in order to address this issue, the