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KYB OE Shocks Adopted by Volkswagen Group

KYB’s DCC Pro electronically controlled shock absorbers will equip new Tiguan, Passat Variant, SKODA and other VW models.

Bosch, Shell, And VW Develop Renewable Gasoline

Sale of Blue Gasoline also planned at regular filling stations in the course of the year.

Volkswagen Steps Up Electric Offensive

The brand expects to produce 1.5 million electric cars in 2025.

Volvo Group Creates New Business Area For Autonomous Transport Solutions

With global developments that are characterized by higher demand for transportation, increasingly congested roads and major environmental challenges, the industry needs to provide transport solutions that are safer, have a lower environmental impact and are more efficient, according to Volkswagen.

Volkswagen CEO And Chairman Charged In Stock Market Manipulation

CEO Herbert Diess and Chairman Hans Dieter Pötsch are accused of failure to disclose in a timely manner the significant financial risks connected to the diesel emissions scandal.

Volkswagen Unveils New Brand Design And Logo

According to VW, the new logo, which serves as both a symbol and a trademark, was reimagined with a flat two-dimensional design reduced to its essential elements, so it can be used extremely flexibly.

Automotive, Mobility Leaders Publish Framework For Safe Automated Driving Systems

The companies – Aptiv, Audi, Baidu, BMW, Continental, Daimler, Fiat Chrysler, HERE, Infineon, Intel and Volkswagen – say it’s the largest report to date on how to build, test and operate a safe automated vehicle.

Volkswagen Join Forces With Amazon Web Services To Transform Automotive Manufacturing

Volkswagen will rely upon the breadth and depth of AWS’s portfolio of services, including IoT, machine learning, analytics and compute services to increase plant efficiency and uptime, improve production flexibility and increase vehicle quality.

BorgWarner Provides All-Wheel-Drive Coupling For The New Volkswagen Crafter

The company has supplied two versions of its electro-hydraulically actuated all-wheel-drive coupling, one that features a differential lock control at the rear axle, and one coupling that does not.

Volkswagen Launches New Mechanical Parts Program To Be Powered Exclusively By Repairlink

Volkswagen dealers can now streamline their parts procurement process and increase sales of genuine Volkswagen parts in the U.S.