This is the new 2017 model year Volkswagen Golf. No, really... it is. Although VW describes the 2017 car as a 'major update' exterior changes are remarkably subtle.
Volkswagen is conducting research into automated parking and charging systems for electric cars, dubbed V-Charge for 'valet charging'.
The new Volkswagen Passat has been unveiled at the company's Design Centre in Potsdam, Germany. VW says the new model is lighter and more efficient than ever before.
Volkswagen used the Beijing Auto Show to unveil an astonishingly powerful Golf concept, the VW Golf R 400. Based on the Golf R, itself already boasting 300PS, the Golf R 400 boosts this to an incredible 400PS.
The revised Volkswagen Touareg has made its debut at the Beijing Auto Show. The changes include subtle styling updates both front and rear, new gadgets, and revisions to improve fuel efficiency and emissions.
The new 2014 Volkswagen Polo will be priced from £11,100 when it goes on sale in the UK this July. The new Polo features a range of new or revised engines, new electronic safety systems, and a new infotainment system.
VW has released the first details of its new Golf GTE, effectively a plug-in hybrid version of the Golf GTI. It's powered by a 150PS 1.4-litre petrol engine combined with a 102PS electric motor.
Volkswagen will present a restyled Scirocco at the Geneva Motor Show next month. The changes include new bumpers and lights, plus revisions to the engine range to improve fuel economy.
Volkswagen has revealed the first official photos of the new Polo, face-lifted for the 2014 model year. The new Polo will be available to order from April, with first deliveries due in late July.
The VW Beetle Dune concept, unveiled at the 2014 Detroit motor show, could make it into production the company says, if it receives a favourable reaction from the public.
The 2014 VW Passat range has gained two new trim levels - Executive and Executive Style - that sit between the entry-level S and BlueMotion models and replace the Highline, Sport, and R-line trims.
The electric version of VW's up!, the e-up!, goes on sale on 2nd December with prices starting at £19,250 including the £5,000 Government grant. First deliveries are expected to start by the end of January.