electric cars

Success puts Skoda on collision course with VW

Skoda is a car brand that has been inexorably on the rise for some time. But has the brand’s outstanding performance figures put it on a collision course with its parent brand Volkswagen? The answer to this depends on who you listen to really. Certain VW sources suggest the firm is taking steps to check(…)

VW plan to have electric options for all models within 15 years

Volkswagen, the world’s largest carmaker, will offer electric versions of its entire fleet by the year 2030. In addition to this, VW plan to release at least 80 new electric cars across its range by 2025. The German company will double its investment in zero-emission vehicles to a whopping £18 billion as it looks to(…)

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 Create Post-Scandal Business Plan

Since the emissions scandal rocked the motoring world, Volkswagen has tried to ensure that they will bounce back as a reputable company again. Volkswagen like any other business in that situation, have created a plan in order to deal with the 11 million cars that were installed with the emissions cheating software. That plan involves(…)

Volkswagen emissions scandal reparations may include building electric cars in US

Taking the idea of building back trust very literally, Volkswagen may be expected to start manufacturing electric cars in the United States to put the emissions scandal behind them. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reportedly asked the German automaker to begin manufacturing electric cars in the US, as part of ongoing negotiations concerning the(…)

Volkswagen moving forward with electric car range, radical design for 2019

The beleaguered company are hoping their range of electric cars will spark a positive change moving forward from the emissions scandal. According to Autocar, company boss Herbert Diess has challenged Volkswagen’s selection of top designers to produce a new electric car that will become as instantly iconic as the Volkswagen Golf, and he is reportedly(…)