Volkswagen unveils the Atlas, the Tiguan Allspace and I.D. Concept car
Volkswagen experiences a challenging time. Thanks to the diesel affair, the company lost the trust of thousands of its customers. A new product strategy, focusing on SUVs, should help to regain lost market share. Read more
The automotive highlights of tomorrow at the 2017 CES in Las Vegas
Over the past years, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has gained significant importance for the automotive industry. The question of “How are we driving tomorrow?” is the central focus of every car manufacturer at the show.
BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Ford, Audi and Porsche team-up in a joint venture
Could this be the breakthrough for E-Mobility ? At least it might be a major step towards the future of emission-free driving. Today marks the beginning of a joint venture between the BMW Group, Ford Motor Company, Daimler AG and the Volkswagen Group (with Audi and Porsche). All companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoM) to create a new electric charging network across Europe. Read more
Das Auto is gone.. Quo Vadis Volkswagen?
Das Auto is gone. In the course of the dieselgate affaire Volkswagen is currently busy redesigning its marketing strategy and eliminated in the last days the slogan “Das Auto”.
Quo Vadis Volkswagen? Read more
The 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit: Preview
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is the most anticipated auto show I look forward to attend year by year. Over time, after I am going to visit Detroit now for the fourth time in a row, NAIAS created the impression that it emphazies power and performance oriented cars to be unveiled in Motor City. Read more
Matthias Müller is new CEO of the Volkswagen AG, new organizational structure announced
With immediate effect, Matthias Müller, 62-years old, has been appointed as new CEO of Volkswagen AG. Read more
Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn accepts responsibility for EPA emission crisis
The Volkswagen Group has just published a news announcement that Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, CEO of the Volkswagen Group resigns immediately from his position. Read more