Volkswagen, which earlier this year unveiled production ready models of the e-up! and e-Golf electric cars, will be showing off for its North American debut at the Los Angeles International Auto Show the e-Golf. It will go on sale in select states in the fourth quarter of next year for an as yet undisclosed price.
I’m attending the Society of Environmental Journalists annual conference in Chattanooga, Tenn., this week. Thursday night, those of us mingling in the conference sponsors’ exhibit hall got quite the treat: Volkswagen (which operates a LEED Platinum plant here in Chattanooga) was on hand to unveil the X1, an uber efficient concept car that’s never been seen in the U.S. before.
Volkswagen, at the recent Detroit Auto Show, showcased a mid-sized SUV hybrid concept known as the CrossBlue.
Back in 2009 Volkswagen debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show what might someday be its first true electric production car for the consumer masses.
Volkswagen recently announced pricing and trim levels for its upcoming 2013 Jetta Hybrid.
Volkswagen recently showcased a concept car dubbed the Formula XL1 - a cool green ride packing an 1.0-liter engine.