Images of the 2017 Volkswagen Amarok testing in Sweden have hit the Web overnight with rumours the six-year old VW ute will be out later this year.
Celebrating 40 years of the Volkswagen Golf GTI, VW Australia has announced it will release the limited-edition Volkswagen Golf GTI 40 in June.
The Volkswagen Beetle will be dropped from the German car maker’s Australian line-up later this year due to poor sales.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR has been revealed 40 years after the Golf GTI was launched. Every 2016-spec Golf GTI TCR already has an owner and will eligible for 16 international races.
The Volkswagen Amarok is in the news for all the wrong reasons at the moment, but this MTM tuned VW Amarok DESERT should change that…
Volkswagen has announced it will recall 8694 Amaroks as part of the global dieselgate scandal. This follows the recall launched in Europe late last year.
Volkswagen has released the limited-edition (limited to 500 units) Amarok Atacama in Australia with prices starting from $53,990 (+ORC).
Volkswagen Amarok owners in Europe will be the first to have the engines in their vehicles ‘fixed’ after Germany’s Federal Transport Authority (KBA) approved recall plans this week.
Volkswagen’s proposed fix for vehicles with diesel engines containing ‘defeat device’ software has been rejected by the Air Resources Board in California.
The Volkswagen Tiguan GTE Active Concept hybrid has been revealed at the Detroit Motor Show, but the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV already exists…
US state attorneys have slammed Volkswagen for withholding documents relating the company’s use of illegal diesel emission-beating software.
The rumour mill is grinding away with the news that Volkswagen is preparing to drop its Das Auto slogan in the wake of its Dieselgate disaster…
VW chairman, Hans Dieter Poesch, has said that VW boffins installed illegal software on its EA189 diesel engines after it couldn’t meet US NOx emissions regulations legally.
VW has issued details of a fix for 1.6L and 2.0L diesel engines that contain so-called ‘defeat devices’ to the Federal Motor Transport Authority in Germany.
VW refuses compensation for European owners of ‘cheating’ diesels… likely to be the same in Australia
VW has announced it will not pay compensation to the owners of diesel cars carrying ‘cheat’ software, despite VW US offering a $1000 goodwill package.