Hanover, March 10, 2014: The automobile is approaching a new era of digitalisation which will have fundamental impact on the mobility of the future. âThe two ground-breaking inventions, the automobile and the computer, are moving closer together. We need to shape the mobility of the future in an even more intelligent, more networked way,â said the Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, at the opening ceremony of CeBIT 2014 in Hanover.
A two-day comprehensive selection programme by Volkswagen Motorsport India kickstarted the way its 2014 Polo R Cup series shapes up. 12 drivers were chosen to join the previous seasonâs drivers for participation this year.
Italdesign Giugiaro has introduced their new Clipper concept at Volkswagen Group Night on the eve of 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Sporty and versatile, the MPV is based on Volkswagenâs MQB platform and is seen with butterfly front doors and gull wing rear doors.
The Volkswagen Group is investing more than ever before in eco-friendly vehicles. Last year, Group research and development expenditure rose by 15 percent to the record value of âŹ10.2 billion. “The lion’s share is going to ?green? technologies,” Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, explained before the opening of the Geneva Motor Show. He said that the Group was reinforcing its objective to become the world’s leading automaker, also in ecological terms, by 2018.
Volkswagen Group aims to meet challenges faced by the automotive industry as was announced by Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, just before the opening of the Geneva Motor Show: “With our ?Future Tracks? initiative, we intend to break new ground and to reorient our thinking and our action. For this purpose, the best developers, production experts and strategists will all work together.”
The eve before Geneva International Motor Show saw Volkswagen Group’s world premiere of the T-ROC concept car. Progressive design, front section ED headlights and 2 removable roof halves are unique to this concept SUV. Volkswagen’s Tiguan and Touareg SUVs in the future there could be more SUV offerings. This follows the CrossBlue (USA), CrossBlue CoupĂ© (China) and also Taigun (India) concept cars displays.
Mumbai, 28th February, 2014: Volkswagen, Europeâs leading car manufacturer today announced the winner for the online photography contest, âVolkswagen Ace the Raceâ, hosted in association with creative crowd sourcing platform Talenthouse.
World’s second largest car manufacturer, aiming to become the largest in the near future, has revealed yet another compact SUV concept. Named T-Roc, the new compact crossover from Volkswagen does not carry the traditional boxy structure seen in the Volkswagen SUVs, instead, this one carries a Nissan Juke type structure.