It's called the Project E, and it's coming to Shanghai.
Europe's largest automaker looks to new design to spur development of as many as 30 new plug-in models within the next decade.
Tragedy narrowly avoided in run up to the bar.
Rally racing is a fantastically dangerous sport which is, of course, part of its appeal.
On April 10, a massive storm swept across Cornwall, a county at the far southwest tip of England. A surprisingly high spring tide combined with 65 mile per hour winds flooded coastal towns and tore the roofs from houses.
Automakers from all over the world love to have a little fun on April Fools' Day. Check out our roundup of the gags.
Affordable three-row CUVs aren't a huge thing in Europe, but don't tell Skoda that. The company is bringing a tidy three-row design study to Geneva.
In India, Volkswagen must recall over 300,000 diesel vehicles as part of the latest expansion of the company's global emissions crisis.
Volkswagen admits that over 430,000 of its vehicles in Europe with inaccurate CO2 emissions ratings come from the 2016 model year.
Volkswagen has discovered irregularities in reported CO2 levels for some models, and the issue could cost $2.2 billion to fix.
Winfried Vahland is leaving VW Group just weeks before he's scheduled to take over the company's new North American region, due to a difference of opinion on how things should be run.
Volkswagen's Czech brand Škoda combines the best of both worlds with the launch of the new diesel-burning, all-wheel-drive Octavia RS 4x4 performance model. If only we could get our hands on one.
The Volkswagen Group is preparing a massive shakeup to its internal structure that will see the company's brands split into four companies of three brands.
Škoda previews the melding of a Fabia Combi wagon with the Fabia R5 rally machine into one concept set to debut at this year's GTI festival in Worthersee, Austria.
Students at the Skoda Akademie in the Czech Republic have worked up this adorable little Fabia pickup concept for this year's GTI Treffen in Worthersee, Austria.