So many bombs were dropped on Germany during WWII that finding unexploded ones near the VW plant isn't unusual.
Happy birthday, Beetle! This week marks 70 years since Volkswagen first started producing the Bug at its Wolfsburg plant after the end of World War II.
Volkswagen is giving its workers smart glasses to help them put together Golfs, Tiguans, and Tourans at its main plant in Wolfsburg, Germany.
If you've ever been on a tour of an automotive factory, you know how mesmerizing it can be to see humans and robots work together to build our four-wheeled friends. The swift automation, the cleanliness, the trained hands deftly fitting pieces together and watchful eyes inspecting every piece of the car, it's all quite impressive, especially if the vehicle is one you, as an observer, are fond of. Even just seeing a fresh, gleaming badge be
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An army of Rabbits is about to invade our shores and hot on its heels is word from Wolfsburg that the meanest of VW hatches, the R32, is coming back for an encore in fifth gen trim. The previous R32 was available in limited numbers in the U.S. and the new model will likely be capped at 5,000 units, as well. The company's 250-hp 3.2L V6 will power the new R32 and feature 4Motion all-wheel drive and a dual