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Electric vehicles are a tiny piece of the global car market, but Volkswagen is making a huge bet on them. It doesn’t have a choice.
By 2023, Volkswagen says it will invest over $30 billion in EVs, a sum roughly equal to the company's combined profits from 2015 through 2018.
The German automaker used three of its Atlas SUVs and a Jetta GLI for this year's exhibit at the showcase that highlights aftermarket equipment.
I tried Turo, a car share company that connects vehicle owners and renters — here’s why I’ll never use a traditional car rental agai...
Turo is the sharing economy's answer to big car rental agencies. Rent everything from a classic roadster to a Volkswagen Vanagon to a brand-new Tesla.
VW CEO and chairman charged with market manipulation by German court in relation to 2015 emissions scandal
Former VW CEO Martin Winterkorn was also charged in the indictment filed Tuesday. He left the automaker days after the diesel scandal broke in 2015.
Tesla is gearing up to officially challenge Porsche at the legendary Nürburgring race track. These are the cars the Model S would have to beat to...
Porsche owns the fastest lap time at Nurburgring with its 919 Hybrid Evo, which set the track record last year.
Tesla dominates the US electric-vehicle market in sales, but there are also options from Audi, BMW, and Chevrolet.
Volkswagen has reportedly reached a big milestone in battery costs that would heat up its competition with Tesla
According to a report from The New York Times, an unnamed Volkswagen executive said the automaker pays less than $100 per kWh for its batteries.
The end has come for the iconic VW Beetle — but here are some 2-door cars you can still buy for $35,000 or less
There aren't many coupés remaining in the US market that sell for $35,000 and under, but I rounded up a few.
Volkswagen’s CEO has reportedly voiced interest in a Tesla investment — but getting his shareholders on board would be tricky
Herbert Diess, chief executive of the German automaker, has privately voiced interest in the stake, but his major shareholders might be a harder sell.
The German automotive conglomerate has the cash to invest in Tesla if it wanted, Manager Magazine reported.