In face-lifting the Arteon, Volkswagen has introduced two rather exciting new elements that elevate both the car’s practicality and fleet credentials.
UK head of fleet Nick O’Neill outlines Volkswagen’s plans to become much more than simply a provider of cars
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Volkswagen has upgraded its electric vehicle (EV) sales ambition with a new pledge that 70% of the cars it sells in Europe will be fully electric models by 2030.
Volkswagen is planning to evolve beyond simply being a provider of vehicles towards being a provider of fleet services, with the support of Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS).
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Manufacturers are warning leasing companies that they cannot guarantee company car prices beyond the end of the year, even for some models being ordered now.
The all-electric VW ID3 has achieved the highest possible score in the Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Programme) safety test.
Orders can now be placed for Volkswagen’s revised Tiguan SUV range which is available with six engine and gearbox options as well as a revised trim level.
Volkswagen’s Arteon fastback and Shooting Brake models can now ordered with a new 200PS 2.0 TDI diesel engine.
Covid-19’s impact on the economy is not denting interest in electric vehicles (EVs), with record-breaking registrations in Europe, last month.
Volkswagen’s revised Tiguan SUV range will include an eHybrid plug-in hybrid version, offering an electric-only range of around 30 miles.
Fleet News surveyed major manufacturers to find out how they were responding to the coronavirus pandemic. This is Volkswagen Cars response.
Coronavirus has seen profits tumble and vehicle deliveries decrease by almost a quarter at Volkswagen Group in the first quarter of 2020.
Volkswagen car plants are to restart production, with factories in Zwickau and Bratislava (Slovakia) the first to open next week.
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