The Volkswagen Chattanooga plant receives top level LEED award

Volkswagen announced earlier this winter that their Chattanooga plant has achieved the highest level LEED certification. To those of you who don’t know what that award means, anyone who receives such a level award means that their building is as sustainable and green as possible. Volkswagen became the first American car manufacturer to achieve such(…)

Volkwagen Xinjiang riddle

Volkswagen is expanding their operations in China by a great deal by building a new assembly plant in the country. Raised eyebrows The city of Xinjiang is the chosen location for Europe’s largest car manufacturer. The decision did raise a few eyebrows as the area is quite deprived. It isn’t necessarily a booming place for(…)

Volkswagen Vans win a host of awards

Volkswagen vans have been recognised in form of winning some prestigious awards. They will certainly go a long way in raising the profile of exactly what Europe’s biggest car producer has to offer in terms of vans. What Van? What Van? The highly respected van magazine and website have handed out the small medium and(…)

Volkswagen to use Indian supplies more frequently

Volkswagen is aiming to source more parts from Indian suppliers. They plan to use the parts throughout their global operations, not just in a few selected regions. Nearing 300 million Euros spend in India Volkswagen aim to spend 300 Euros million over the next 3 to 5 years in terms of sourcing components in India.(…)

Volkswagen Chief praises workforce for achievements

Volkswagen CEO Professor Dr Winterkorn has been full of praise for the company’s staff at their main plant in Wolfsburg for their fantastic achievements throughout 2011. This comes after the company’s staff in the German City of Wolfsburg had worked over 38 extra shifts and produced a tremendous 50,000 more cars than originally forecast. Mr(…)

Volkswagen is urging its customers to “Think Blue”

Volkswagen Middle East is starting a new campaign whereby they are encouraging customers throughout the region to “Think Blue”. Bluemotion technologies are at the forefront for the company’s environmentally friendly and fuel efficient campaign. In essence, the “Think Blue” campaign is designed to raise awareness of Volkswagen environmentally friendly technology that they use within their(…)

The American Volkswagen Passat

The new American version of the Volkswagen Passat looks like it could be something very special. So much so that some will want to see the car in the UK, even though our model is already outstanding. An European saloon in the American market It has been difficult for successful European Saloon’s to break into(…)

The Volkswagen Amarok

“A pickup for the future” is just one compliment that we could give the Volkswagen Amarok in this review. We believe the vehicle has a host of brilliant features and we will take a look over some of our points in today’s article. Safety Keeping everyone as safe as possible within the vehicle is one(…)

Volkswagen Cross Coupe

The Volkswagen Cross Coupe has been unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show. The concept car was one of the surprises at the annual event this year. Nevertheless it is a significant piece of news as it shows Volkswagen dedication to creating more crossover and SUV models. Could this concept car help the company reach number(…)