Volkswagen is entering the new era of electric mobility. Check out these first official images of the VW Electric Concept that makes its world debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show this week. According to VW’s head of brand, Herbert Diess, the EV concept will have a footprint roughly the size
TFL routinely heads up the Rocky Mountains in search of prototype vehicles draped in camouflage conducting their high altitude testing. Once in a while we manage to find a completely undisguised vehicle as in the case of this Volkswagen Touran. The Touran is a Golf-based minivan currently sold overseas. Currently
Volkswagen recently announced that there will be no 2017 Jetta Hybrid. That's a real shame. Unlike almost every other hybrid available in America, VW's take on the hybrid-powered car is actually fun to drive. When a manufacturer builds a hybrid, they make several important decision. Will car car skew toward fuel efficiency (read:
In this edition of Ask Nathan: Thoughts on Nissan taking control of Mitsubishi? An Audi as a first car? Good choices for a car-themed party? Today's first question comes from a long-time fan who is curious about TFL's take on Nissan setting up a partnership with Mitsubishi. Nathan, What's the TFL take
Assembled at the Chakan facility, near Pune, India, the diminutive Volkswagen Ameo is based on the Volkswagen Polo’s PQ25 platform. In fact, up to the B-pillar, the Volkswagen Ameo is the same as the Volkswagen Polo hatchback. Why is this little car significant to Volkswagen fans in the United States?