VW set to debut new electric vehicle with 300 mile range at Paris Motor Show

Who cares about diesel? VW has recently been pretty vocal about its intentions to move beyond combustion engines and towards electric powered vehicles. To give the statement substance, it revealed that it will be releasing 30 new electric cars by 2025, the first of which is to make its debut at the forthcoming Paris Motor(…)

5 tips to help your VW’s tyres last longer

Tyres are expensive. Naturally as drivers, we want to get as much life out of our tyres as possible but it’s important not to take risks. If your tyres need to be replaced, it’s better to just bite the bullet and do it, as worn tyres are a serious safety concern. However, there are ways(…)

Time Was Ticking For Volkswagen

We bet you thought that this would be another article about the emissions scandal, but we’re afraid that this time you were wrong. Although we did try and trick you into believing it, so maybe we’ll let you off lightly this time. This story is in fact completely unrelated to the emissions scandal and instead(…)

Volkswagen Damaged Again?

Everyone knows what has happened to Volkswagen in the last few months. The emissions scandal has plagued the company and has become an industry wide problem. The company, up until recently, have seen their sales and stocks plummet. It has been extremely difficult for the company to bounce back and it seems like Volkswagens plan(…)

Volkswagen’s T-Prime GTE Concept…

Crossover SUV’s cannot stop selling at all. They seem to be everywhere and their sales show no signs of slowing down. But unless Volkswagen doesn’t update their crossovers very soon, than the concept T-Prime GTE may make the crossover very cross indeed. The T-Prime GTE concept looks like the future. With surplus amounts of technology,(…)

Volkswagen Back On Track?

Just recently, it seems as if Volkswagens fortunes are back on track after the emissions scandal which started last September. The board have been, it seems so far, proven innocent in the whole affair. Plus, they have just worked out a way to start repairing a small percentage of the vehicles affected. So, with all(…)

Volkswagen Will Start to Fix Emission Cheating Vehicles

It has been a long time coming, we are at the very start of the second quarter of 2016 and Volkswagen will only now, after almost half a year, be starting to fix some of the 11 million vehicles that were affected by the emissions scandal in September 2015. The scandal affected multiple vehicles all(…)

Volkswagen to Name Qatari Woman as Board Member?

Reports are emerging that Volkswagen will be introducing the newest member of their board who apparently, will be a Qatari woman. There are many reasons for this and it is excellent for progression but; it is very surprising that Qatar is pushing for this considering their record in the treatment of women. This move however(…)

The Scirocco Has Returned With a Bang…

The Volkswagen Scirocco has been darting around the streets of the world now since 1974 and now, it is about to have its third (or fourth upgrade, depending on how you would like to view it). The Scirocco has kept to its roots with this new generation. It is simple, classy yet has the power(…)

So the Board Were Not Involved After All?

So news just recently released by Volkswagen has stated that none of the current or past board members were involved with the emission scandal that rocked the motoring world back in September 2015. This therefore includes current CEO Matthias Müller and past CEO Martin Winterkorn. Volkswagen released a statement notifying the public that “Although the(…)