Volkswagen e-Golf News
Volkswagen’s famous Transparent Factory in the German city of Dresden will soon be churning out cars again. The plant, which features glass walls and an open-plan design, was last used to build VW’s Phaeton. But after production of the flagship sedan came to an end in March, the plant served as a demonstration center for VW’s upcoming technologies in the areas of electric mobility and digital services. However, VW on Thursday announced that its updated e-Golf will enter production at the plant starting in April 2017. As demand for electric cars grow, the e-Golf will also...
2017 VW e-Golf debuts with more power, range
Following the emergence of its diesel emissions scandal, the Volkswagen Group, in an attempt to clean up its image, announced plans to launch 30 electric cars by 2025. But VW has already been selling an electric car here in the United States for the past couple of years. The car is part of the Golf...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Volkswagen Lays Out Electric Vehicle Strategy, Confirms Jetta Hybrid For 2012
Volkswagen is intent on becoming the world’s leading automaker by 2018 and that means being the top dog in every segment, including hybrid and electric vehicles. Recently the automaker announced plans to start building its own electric powertrains, and now it’s confirmed plans to expand...Viknesh Vijayenthiran