The era of electric mobility is beginning. At the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS, 8 to 22 January) in Detroit, Volkswagen is presenting a new model of the I.D. family - a multi- functional vehicle for a new era.
For nearly two decades Volkswagen accident research has been working closely alongside the engineers and developers at Volkswagen to sustainably reduce the risk of accidents, providing crucial information for the development of new assistance systems.
Volkswagen is opening a gateway to the future at the CES in Las Vegas. The time machine: a zero-emission vehicle - BUDD-e minivan. The first model based on an equally new and progressive Volkswagen technology matrix for electric vehicles. The van is range: up to 233 miles or 533 kilometers.
Dr Ferdinand Piech is a visionary. The man challenged his engineers to produce some of the world’s most iconic motorcars, and they’ve delivered. The Bugatti Veyron, the fastest production car of all time, was a Piech dream. So was the Volkswagen Phaeton, a luxury limousine built to the highest standard. And now this – the Volkswagen XL1