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Volkswagen MQB A0 platform to underpin next gen Polo, Vento
Rush Lane

Volkswagen MQB A0 platform to underpin next gen Polo, Vento

Instead of investing heavily on upgrading its Indian portfolio to the global MQB (Modular Transverse Matrix) platformeven before the existing PQ architecture (Polo, Vento, Rapid) breaks even, Volkswagen is working on a cost effective solution that ... Rush Lane, 1 month ago

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3D Car Shows, 5 months ago

VW shelves plans for 10-speed DSG transmission

Volkswagen has reportedly ceased development of its new 10-speed dual-clutch gearbox .Officially announced in 2013 and detailed again last year. the 'DQ511' transmission was designed to work with VW Group's modular transverse matrix (MQB) platform ...
 Leftlane2 weeks ago
Automotive Manufacturing Solutions

Interview: Thomas Karig at VWdM

The vice-president of corporate affairs tells AMS how the OEM's manufacturing complex at Puebla is still growing after five decades of production, with the addition of bodyshops for the new Golf and Tiguan Thomas Karig, VP of corporate affairs, ...
 Automotive Manufacturing Solutions1 week ago
Automotive Engineering Online

Volkswagen re-engineers Tiguan

Volkswagen 's original Tiguan compact SUV of 2007 was too expensive and too thirsty to achieve blockbuster sales during the segment's emergence as a key source of sales. But it achieved worldwide sales of 2.64 million during its production run, ...
 Automotive Engineering Online2 weeks ago Europeans at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show  Wheels.ca3 weeks ago Volkswagen Reveals India Bound Tiguan at Frankfurt  MotoBash.com3 weeks ago 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan: Engines, Specs, Equipment  ZerCustoms3 weeks ago

INDUSTRY NEWS: Group plans to up ante

RECENT announcements by Ford and Nissan that they are adding Nigeria to their portfolio of assembly locations has raised some alarm bells for the South African automotive industry. Both companies have been quick to emphasise that assembly in Nigeria ...
 BDlive1 month ago

Motor sector urged to drive local content

THE South African motor industry must more than double current vehicle production volumes if it expects to ever become self-sufficient, says Volkswagen SA (VWSA) MD Thomas Schaefer. The industry expects to build a record 610,000 cars and ...
 BDlive1 month ago

Volkswagen to invest $340 million in South Africa

As Volkswagen AG is looking to become world's biggest automaker by 2018, the German company plans to invest $340 in the South African industry for new products and infrastructure. The car manufacturer stated that it will spend around $228 million ...
 Inautonews1 month ago VW South Africa to invest R4,5 billion to build new models at Uitenhage factory  Times Live South Africa1 month ago VW to invest more than R4.5bn in SA  Wheels241 month ago Volkswagen Group South Africa to invest in excess of R4.5 billion by 2017 for new products and infrastructure  3D Car Shows1 month ago

Volkswagen to invest R4.5bn in new models, Uitenhage factory

VOLKSWAGEN Group South Africa (VWSA) says it will invest more than R4.5bn by 2017 for new models and infrastructure at its Uitenhage vehicles factory. The models will feature new technologies and driver assistance systems, to help Volkswagen ...
 BDlive1 month ago
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