Volkswagen unveils at the Tokyo Motor Show the twin up!, a plug-in diesel concept hybrid with a European combined fuel consumption figure of 214 mpg.
VW unveils the North American version of its new e-Golf electric car at the Los Angeles Auto Show, noting it averages 70 to 80 miles of range per charge.
Volkswagen unveils its Chinese green vehicle strategy, looking to tap an emerging market for possible high volume sales.
EarthTechling’s Green Living editor was on hand for the U.S. unveiling of what could be the world’s most efficient car.
Volkswagen moves into electric vehicle mass production as it readies two world debuts for the Frankfurt Auto Show in September.
A Climate Group staffer takes the world’s most fuel-efficient car, the VW XL1, for a spin around central London.
Volkswagen announces pricing information for its mass produced e-up! electric car as it plans to launch it early next year.
A 235 mpg car known as the Volkswagen XL1 could get a sportier, XR1 variant that could also arrive here in the States.
VW unveils at the Shanghai Auto Show a plug-in hybrid SUV design which is crossover in design and, among other aspects, a theoretical range of around 720 miles.
Volkswagen fulfills a promise it made back in 2009 to have an electric car ready by 2013, debuting the e-up! EV with a 93 mile driving range.