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VW mobile charging robot would bring the power to your EV

VW mobile charging robot would bring the power to your EV

Gas pump attendants are getting an EV upgrade, with Volkswagen showing off a new mobile charging robot that could bring the power to your electric vehicle and even plug it in for you. The prototype robot would be free to roam around restricted parking lots, VW suggests, bringing power to wherever an EV was parked rather than forcing drivers to compete for a handful of charger-equipped spots.

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2021 Volkswagen ID.4 First Drive – Ripe for the Picking

2021 Volkswagen ID.4 First Drive – Ripe for the Picking

The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 is America’s first taste of a new-age VW electric vehicle. Riding atop the German carmaker’s EV-specific MEB platform, the ID.4 is all-new from the ground up, and it certainly feels like it both inside and out. After my brief stint driving the ID.4. I can see why it makes a lot of sense for the US market from a starting price perspective, especially with the longer range battery option.

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Volkswagen Group will retain Lamborghini and Ducati

Volkswagen Group will retain Lamborghini and Ducati

The Volkswagen Group owns a number of very well known brands, including Lamborghini, Ducati, and Bugatti. For a while, Volkswagen was considering spinning off some of those brands, but that won't happen for at least two. Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati and Italian supercar manufacturer Lamborghini have been confirmed to be staying within the Volkswagen Group.

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2021 VW ID.4 electric range gets EPA confirmed – Here’s how it compares

2021 VW ID.4 electric range gets EPA confirmed – Here’s how it compares

Volkswagen's new all-electric crossover, the 2021 ID.4, has sailed through US EPA testing with no upset in its range results, an important milestone as the automaker tries to make a splash in the affordable EV segment. Arriving at dealerships imminently, the ID.4 is America's first taste of VW's MEB platform, its purpose-built architecture for battery-electric vehicles.

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The 2022 VW Golf R is special – but not for the obvious reasons

The 2022 VW Golf R is special – but not for the obvious reasons

You may have been distracted at the time, but Volkswagen revealed the 2022 VW Golf R overnight and the hotly-anticipated performance hatchback is shaping up to be the most advanced car to bear the nameplate so far. Flagship of the new Golf lineup, horsepower and torque are up over the old Golf R, but there are arguably more important changes behind the aggressive sheet-metal.

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2022 VW Golf R: The most powerful Golf features torque vectoring and Drift mode

2022 VW Golf R: The most powerful Golf features torque vectoring and Drift mode

The 2022 VW Golf R is highly anticipated for many reasons. For starters, the new Mk8 Golf R is the most powerful Golf ever made. Besides that, the new Golf R promises a highly dynamic driving experience with its dazzling array of high-tech features.

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2021 VW Golf R officially debuts on November 4

2021 VW Golf R officially debuts on November 4

German automaker Volkswagen is set to debut the 2021 Golf R this coming November 4, 2020. The new Golf R is the most powerful iteration of the Mk8 Golf. Specific details are scarce at the moment, and VW only provided a single teaser image of the new Golf R. However, we do know a thing or two about VW’s newest flagship Golf.

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2020 Volkswagen Passat R-Line 2.0T Review – Looking backwards

2020 Volkswagen Passat R-Line 2.0T Review – Looking backwards

VW is teetering on the edge. On the one side, the exciting side, there are all-electric cars like the 2021 ID.4 crossover: zero-emissions, instantaneous electric torque, and eye-catching styling that screams "this is Volkswagen's future." The 2020 VW Passat R-Line 2.0T represents the other side of that line, and while that doesn't automatically make the sedan bad, it does make it trickier to get enthusiastic.

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2021 VW Arteon: Pricing and trim levels

2021 VW Arteon: Pricing and trim levels

German carmaker Volkswagen has recently announced pricing and trim levels for its 2021 Arteon sedan. The updated Arteon is available in three trim levels and will arrive at VW dealers in Q4 2020. VW’s flagship sedan remains powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with direct injection, producing 268 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive is standard while VW’s 4Motion all-wheel-drive system is available on midlevel trims and standard on the range-topping Arteon SEL Premium R-Line.

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VW unveils flagship Golf GTI Clubsport, but there’s a catch

VW unveils flagship Golf GTI Clubsport, but there’s a catch

Volkswagen has revealed the newest flagship of its new eighth-gen Golf after releasing the GTI, GTE, and GTD models. The Golf GTI Clubsport is also the most powerful Golf in history and, according to VW, heralds the next chapter in the brand’s tradition of high-performance GTIs.

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2021 Volkswagen Taos debuts with 1.5-liter 158HP turbo engine

2021 Volkswagen Taos debuts with 1.5-liter 158HP turbo engine

The 2021 Volkswagen Taos has finally shown its face after a brief teasing period. And as expected, the new Taos CUV will slot below the VW Tiguan in terms of size. The 2021 VW Taos is expected to arrive in U.S. dealerships by summer 2021 and will be available in three trim levels: S, SE, and SEL.

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The 2021 VW ID.4 hit a big EV milestone in just eight hours [Updated]

The 2021 VW ID.4 hit a big EV milestone in just eight hours [Updated]

Bad news if you were hoping for a 2021 VW ID.4 1st Edition, with Volkswagen confirming that it took very little time at all for the first of its new all-electric crossovers to be sold out. Put up for reservations on September 23, the earliest ID.4 set to reach the US were snagged by would-be drivers in just eight hours, VW has confirmed.

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