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Broadly speaking, Volkswagen gives its 2017 lineup a significant boost in terms of driver-assistance and collision-avoidance technologies, either adding them as standard equipment or making them available at lower cost. The company has also pared down the number of trim level variations for several of its models, and has dropped both the Eos convertible and the Jetta Hybrid from the lineup. The only debut for 2017 is the Golf Alltrack, which essentially applies a Subaru Outback treatment to the Golf SportWagen model.

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Volkswagen revealed a futuristic I.D. Vizzion Concept electric sedan this week at the Geneva International Motor Show.
This week, Volkswagen unwraps its all-new 2019 Arteon flagship midsize sedan that is the “spiritual successor” to the VW CC at the Chicago Auto Show.
For 2018, Volkswagen introduces two highly competitive SUVs and rolls out a confidence-inspiring 6-year/72,000-mile, fully transferrable bumper-to-bumper warranty plan for all models except the e-Golf electric car.
Volkswagen announced that it will build a version of the VW I.D. Buzz electric multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) concept that it previewed earlier this year at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
Volkswagen Group previewed a cool, future electric vehicle (EV) model—the I.D. Crozz Crossover Concept—at the Shanghai Auto Show this week.
Volkswagen AG on Friday pleaded guilty to three criminal charges for rigging 590,000 diesel-powered vehicles in the United States to cheat on diesel emissions tests.
The current Volkswagen CC is in need of an overhaul. That overhaul is coming to U.S. showrooms in the form of the new Volkswagen Arteon, perhaps for the 2018 model year.
This week, Volkswagen will demonstrate road-trip-worthy features in its 2018 VW Atlas Weekend Edition SUV concept.
German automaker Volkswagen (VW) this week said it will pay up to $1.2 billion to settle with U.S. owners of vehicles with 3.0-liter diesel engines.
Volkswagen has taken an icon into the future with the world debut of a retro-futuristic I.D. Buzz electric multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) concept.