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It can now travel 124 miles on a charge.

The motor is more powerful, too.

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When building a car for America, you can't design it for Europe.

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You'll have to squint to tell it's different.

The new Golf gets more LEDs and bigger screens, and the GTI gets more power.

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As Audi withdraws from Le Mans, VW does the same in WRC.

After a string of successful years, Volkswagen Motorsport will be leaving WRC.

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Our first look at the Atlas. You will not shrug.

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Judge approves $14.7-billion settlement in TDI cheating case.

One step at a time.

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VW states its case for the three-row ute.

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Big interior changes are coming for VW's compact hatchback.

An Audi-like digital instrument cluster and a hulking 9.5-inch screen would mean a Gulf with more screen real estate than most laptop computers.

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Buyback would only affect older Q7s; newer TDIs could be repaired.

Der Spiegel's report is sure to irk the Volkswagen Group's German critics, who have fired on the company's decision to only offer buybacks in the US.

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This hot crossover appears different than the R Line model.

If this is real, we could have a baby Porsche Macan on our hands.

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VW's settlement with dealers could add more than $1 billion to the tab.

VW hasn't come up with a repair plan that satisfies either US or California regulators.

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The ID Concept had no mirrors. This has no windshield.

Expect this car to share a platform with the ID Concept revealed in Paris.

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Volkswagen’s ongoing diesel scandal could be the reason for the withdrawal from LMP1.

Porsche could be pushing Audi out of Le Mans.

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VW partnering with Siem Car Carriers.

Liquid natural gas-powered ships can dramatically reduce CO2, NOx, SOx, and particulates.

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There are actually three separate recalls.

No injuries or deaths have been reported.

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China's strict emissions laws are having an effect.

Forget diesels already.

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