Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced its changes for the 2020 model year today.
Today, Volkswagen of America, Inc., unveiled the new 2020 Passat at the North American International Auto Show.
Today Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced changes for the 2019 model year. Enthusiast models—from the iconic Beetle to the sporty GTI and powerful Golf R—receive special models and new options, while the Golf and Golf SportWagen front-wheel-drive models adopt the 1.4-liter engine from the 2019 Jetta, which debuted earlier this year.
Volkswagen of America, Inc., is pleased to announce that the 2018 Passat GT has been named as one of the CarGurus'® Top Cars For Your Commute. The list accompanies the website’s Commuting Sentiment Survey, and offers vehicle recommendations for different types of commutes around the country.
Volkswagen Chattanooga today announced that it has achieved a production milestone with the completion of the 700,000th Volkswagen Passat assembled in Chattanooga.
Today, Volkswagen of America, Inc., debuted the 2018 Passat GT special model at the North American International Auto Show. The production model, previewed by a concept at Automobility LA in 2016, was designed by the company’s North American engineering hub in Chattanooga, Tennessee, based on extensive feedback from U.S. customers and dealers.