Volkswagen unveils the new Polo GTI. Sporting 147 kW and 320 Nm of torque from a 2-liter TFSI engine, it’s a true hot hatch. And it's no slouch, making the sprint from 0 to 100 in 6.7 seconds. It's a car that gives the Golf GTI a run for its money.
From diesel fraudster to pioneer of sustainable mobility: that's how German automotive giant Volkswagen wants to transform itself. The e-cars are also to be produced in a carbon-neutral way. How can this be achieved?
The German auto giant's board has approved plans to spend €44 billion over the next five years to overhaul its plants for electric vehicle production. DW explores where the money will be spent.
German carmaker Volkswagen has announced it will boost investments in the development of electric cars in the next five years. The company has set out to become a global leader in e-mobility and new-energy vehicles.
On November 7, 1957, the first "Trabi" rolled off the line. Thousands of them crossed from East to West Germany in 1989, two years before its production was halted. Explore the history of the car that's now cult.
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