The Volkswagen Type 181 – commonly referred to as “The Thing” – has always been a fun summer classic for drivers who enjoy a cool and wildly original type of ride. The removable doors, retractable soft top and folding windshield provided a driving experience unlike any other Volkswagen. The 181 has also spawned one of the more unusual...
Volkswagen of America, Inc. (VWoA) today reported sales of 69,993 units delivered in the second quarter of 2020. This marks a 29 percent decline from Q2 2019.
Volkswagen Group of America (VWGoA) announced today that the company welcomed its first overseas liquid natural gas (LNG) transport ship to the VWGoA port in Davisville, R.I.
In 2019, the Tiguan was the most successful model for both the Volkswagen brand and Volkswagen Group, with more than 910,000 units produced.
Volkswagen of America continues the 5 coolest things video series highlighting the most interesting things you may not know about models from the 2020 lineup—from the entry-level Jetta to the top-of-the-line Arteon. Today’s vehicle: the 2020 Volkswagen Golf.
Volkswagen of America remains committed to growing soccer in America, on and off the field. Today, 10 of the top players for the U.S. Women’s and Men’s National Soccer Teams chose nine soccer-based charities to support as a demonstration of their “Drive Bigger” spirit that motivates Team Volkswagen and its brand ambassadors.