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VW I.D. VIZZION Concept Photo Gallery at Geneva Motor Show
The 4th in Volkswagen’s line of all-electric concept vehicles for the future has been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show! The Volkswagen I.D. VIZZION premiered this week at the Geneva Motor Show. Completely electrically powered and having autonomous (i.e. self-driving) features, the I.D. VIZZION sedan joins the ranks of the I.D., I.D. BUZZ, and I.D. CROZZ concepts. Come take a look at our new photo gallery of the VW I.D. VIZZION to see the breathtaking style of this new Volkswagen sedan!
Volkswagen Sign Assist Driver Assistance Technology
What new piece of car technology do you find fascinating? Maybe you like the convenience of Keyless Access and Remote Start Ignition. There’s also the helpful Smart Cruise Control that uses sensors to prevent collisions with autonomous braking. Well, luckily, there’s another great piece of vehicle tech to obsess over. From Volkswagen’s catalog of fun and affordable vehicles comes Sign Assist! So, what is Sign Assist?
Volkswagen Car-Net® Smartphone Compatibility
VW Car-Net® has been the signature infotainment system of Volkswagen vehicles since its implementation into Volkswagen 2016 models. One of the stand-out features of VW Car-Net® is the App-Connect technology. Unfortunately, those who don’t already own a recent Volkswagen model are unsure or confused about what App-Connect does. Don’t worry, we’re here to explain what App-Connect is and how it works.
When it comes to saving on the price of gas, you won’t find a better solution than to go with an electric vehicle. The 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf offers the best of both worlds as a vehicle with comfort and style, and the efficiency you’ve been looking for. The range and performance has improved for 2017, and we are excited to share the latest features and design updates with you. Read on! (more…)
The all-new Volkswagen Arteon is being introduced as a stylish and sporty fastback that will sit just above the Volkswagen Passat in the lineup. We’ve come to love the form and function of the affordable vehicles that make up the Volkswagen lineup, but this new addition offers a more aggressive and sport-tuned option for Volkswagen drivers interested in taking their daily drive to the next level. Read on to see another teaser image and learn about some of the more exciting features we’re looking forward to seeing when the vehicle is showcased at the Geneva Auto Show. (more…)
2017 Volkswagen Golf Technology and Infotainment
Something really exciting is happening in the world of Volkswagen infotainment, and VW has finally given us a sneak peak into the updates that are taking their most successful model, the Volkswagen Golf, to the next level! Among new changes to the Golf such as engine options, design style, and driver assist system, the most notable update is the completely new generation of infotainment systems that can be operated by gesture control, a world’s first for the compact car segment.
Connect to your vehicle in more ways than ever before with Volkswagen Car-Net, an intuitive smartphone app that allows you to keep a closer eye on your vehicle. Whether that be tracking your teen who is borrowing your car, monitoring your vehicle’s health, or scanning the parking lot for your lost VW, you are always in control with Car-Net. Keep reading for a more in-depth look at all the support you can get from VW’s Car-Net.
Calling it a concept may be a bit of an understatement, as Volkswagen’s first dedicated electric car is set to be available for purchase in 2020. Focused on the future, the new Volkswagen I.D. is an attractive and tech-heavy electric vehicle that can go up to 373 miles on a single battery charge all while emitted zero emissions. Giving consumers a tangible glimpse into fully automated driving, the Volkswagen I.D. is the product of VW’s new “Think New” strategy, which focuses on mobility innovation.
The VW Golf family will welcome another member when the 2017 Golf Alltrack goes on sale later this year. The Alltrack model will come only with Volkswagen’s 4MOTION all-wheel drive, which means every trim will have some serious off-roading capabilities. The Alltrack is shaping up to be an appealing alternative for those family-vehicle shoppers who want to ditch the crossover craze but still want a little insurance when they head off the pavement. (more…)
As crossovers and small SUVs continue to rise in popularity among new-car buyers, Volkswagen has recognized the need to expand its crossover offerings. A redesigned 2017 Tiguan with an available three-row-seating configuration should debut this year, and two smaller crossovers modeled on the T-Roc and T-Cross Breeze concepts are coming soon, too. A redesign for the midsize Touareg is also in the works, and the T-Prime crossover will enter the premium full-size SUV class in the US in 2017, according to VW’s action plan. (more…)