The new Porsche Panamera GTS

The new Porsche Panamera GTS is set to be released in Australia causing great excitement amongst car fans in the land down under. It is one of the most attractive and most desired four door coupes in the world. Expert automotive magazines certainly already know that with the reviews they have been writing.The car does(…)

The American Volkswagen Jetta TDI

The Volkswagen Jetta TDI is set to make a huge impact in the United States. The 2.0 litre engine runs on diesel. A few years ago that would have been a very unattractive prospect, but now diesel along with many other fuel saving type vehicles are being taken too by American motorists as the cost(…)

Volkswagen make bid for Navistar

Navistar International, a troubled truck American based company have been subject of a bid from Europe’s number one car producer, Volkswagen. Volkswagen is making the purchase in order to compete with Daimler trucks, who are currently ahead of them in this particular segment of the market in the United States. Daimler is in fact the(…)

Volkswagen’s plans for loss making SEAT

Volkswagen has got some major plans for SEAT. Currently the Spanish car company are one of the worst performers in the Volkswagen Empire. It is clear that drastic improvements need to be made. Volkswagen is taking the issue very seriously. They are currently competing with the likes of Toyota and General Motors to take that(…)

Australia all set for the Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet

The Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet will be one of the most desirable cabriolets on the Australian market, if Volkswagen decides to release it there. The Worthersee tuning show in 2011, Austria gave away that Volkswagen might have been planning planning a Golf R Cabriolet was due to be released at some point as it was(…)

The Volkswagen UP! to get a 5 door option

The small Volkswagen UP! is set to receive a 5 door variant within it’s line-up Volkswagen have confirmed.Getting a 5 door option will cost the owner £365 more compared to the standard 3 door version. The dimensions in terms of wheelbase and length will be the same between both the 3 door version and the(…)

Volkswagen investing heavily in Slovakia

It may surprise you that Europe’s largest car maker is planning on business expansions in Slovakia, the Euro Zone’s second poorest country, but Volkswagen have stated that production capacity will reach the 400,000 mark. Volkswagen will invest 1.5 billion Euros in the country, a piece of news which is sure to be uplifting the Slovakian(…)

Volkswagen sales grow once again

Despite a recent fall in sales in Western Europe for the region’s largest car producer Volkswagen have reported an increase in worldwide sales. Sales increased by a great 7.8 per cent in May of this year. Sales were helped by an increase in demand from China. The United States is also taking to Volkswagen more(…)

Volkswagen to build a new plant in China

Volkswagen was the first foreign car maker to enter the Chinese car market thirty years ago. They understand that if they are to reach that number one spot by the year 2018 ahead of General Motors, they will have to strengthen their presence in emerging markets like China. There has been news emerging from the(…)

Volkswagen to purchase Porsche for $5.6 billion

Finally, the deal looks like coming to some sort of conclusion. Volkswagen will purchase the 50.1 per cent remaining of Porsche by the beginning of August. Volkswagen already own 49.9 per cent of the company which they purchased in 2009. Europe’s largest car manufacturer will pay a staggering £3.6 billion for the remaining stake. In(…)