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e-Golf Touch

Volkswagen e-Golf Touch Debuts At CES 2016

Volkswagen unveiled the e-Golf Touch with a new infotainment system and gesture control as well as voice recognition at 2016 CES, . There is now a high-resolution 9.2-inch touchscreen with configurable home screen, and some button bar appearing as your hand approaches. A trick feature is wireless charging for smartphones:…

1 month ago by Mark Kane 21

Volkswagen Invest 410 Into U.S.' Electric Car Charging Infrastructure

Volkswagen To Unveil New Electric Concept Car At CES

Volkswagen intends to use the 2016 CES show in January to present a new electric car concept. Earlier, Chevrolet decided to unveil its production-intent version of the Bolt at CES, as will Faraday Future present its first concept plug-in. It seems that the growing electronics technology in the automotive market, especially found in the electric and…

2 months ago by Mark Kane 56

Volkswagen Bulli Concept

Volkswagen Camper To Return As Battery-Electric Van

Volkswagen board member Dr. Heinz-Jakob Neusser revealed at the 2015 New York Auto Show that VW’s classic camper van Bulli will return in electric version. Production of Volkswagen Transporter (Bulli) began in Wolfsburg 65 years ago. In 2011, the German manufacturer unveiled a concept version of electric Bulli, but until…

10 months ago by Mark Kane 30

Volkswagen Group of America provides all-electric e-Golf to Stanford University for e-mobility research (From right to left) JĂźrgen Leohold, Director Group Research Volkswagen Group; JĂśrg Sommer, Vice President, Product Marketing and Strategy, Volkswagen of America; Ewald GĂśssmann, Executive Director, Volkswagen Group of America Electronics Research Laboratory; Martin Winterkorn, Chairman, Volkswagen Group; Persis S. Drell, the Frederick Emmons Terman Dean of the Stanford School of Engineering; Wendy Ju, Executive Director, Center for Design Research, Stanford University; Sven Beiker, Executive Director, Center for Automotive Research, Stanford University on Thursday, Nov. 6 2014, Stanford, Calif. For Outstanding research results in the area of lithium-ion batteries.

Volkswagen Provides e-Golf To Stanford University For Research

Volkswagen recently provided an all-electric 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf to Stanford University for research “dedicated to advancing e-mobility and improving the driver experience in electric vehicles“. Initially, the car will be used by the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Laboratory (VAIL), located on the Stanford campus.  The German manufacturer believes that researchers, after…

1 year ago by Mark Kane 0

Most Discernible Way To Tell The Plug-In From The Gasser Is Via The "e-Badging"

Volkswagen: No Firm Plans To Launch e-Golf In Canada

According to La Presse (via Google Translate), Volkswagen is for now ignoring Canada in regards to the e-Golf: “…the Golf is the first Volkswagen car 100% electric sold in the United States. A new feature which will not benefit Canadian consumers. Again.” The tone of the La Presse article clearly…

1 year ago by Eric Loveday 8