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Hitting all the right notes doesn't necessarily equal a harmonious song.

It's one of the most affordable three-rows available.

The top range model gets Volkswagen's venerable VR6 six-cylinder.

James Riswick joins us to discuss the many new cars he's driven, we rant about a VW ad, and then it's time to spend your money.

Coming to dealers in May 2017.

Expect a loaded, all-wheel-drive V6 model to cost around $48,000.

See it live at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.

People movers new and old, created out of our favorite brickish blocks.

Similar to the Weekend Edition you already like, except without Scott Simon.

Volkswagen's three-row Atlas SUV will be available with the R-Line trim.

Following the market is the opposite of what made VW's historical successes.

The Beetle, Microbus, and Golf were fresh ideas. The Atlas is just a copycat.

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

VW has introduced an all new crossover, the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas.

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

VW states its case for the three-row ute.

At least it's not going to be called a Toadamander or some other silly amalgamation, right?

The car maker's R&D arm is close to signing a deal for not only Boston Dynamics, but also Google's Japanese robotics company, Schaft.

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