Volkswagen of America today marked the start of construction of its Battery Engineering Lab at its Chattanooga Engineering and Planning Center. The approximately $22 million dollar facility will test and validate electric vehicle cells and battery packs for the North American region.
Volkswagen of America, Inc. named Kimberley Gardiner senior vice president, VW marketing. She starts in her new role November 16.
Volkswagen Group of America has signed a lease as an anchor tenant in Northern Virginia’s Reston Town Center development.
Volkswagen of America, Inc. (VWoA) today received the Pledge to America’s Workers Presidential Award in recognition of the company’s industry-driven programs to train and educate American workers.
Automakers may be fierce competitors on the showroom floors and production lines, but in one critical area they share a common goal: working to equip diverse suppliers to help build the future of electric mobility and autonomous cars.
As part of Volkswagen’s Drive Bigger initiative, Volkswagen of America is announcing the Atlas donation initiative, which will donate a number of Atlas models throughout the United States.