Volkswagen’s truck unit, Traton Group, is taking chips from unfinished vehicles to finish others, a new indication of the impact of the semiconductor shortage.
Volkswagen has disclosed a data breach with one of its vendors, impacting some 3.3 million North American customers and prospective buyers.
Volkswagen has unveiled its plans for the future, and it’s clear the automaker plans on being an electric vehicle (EV) battery powerhouse.
Volkswagen has announced it is partnering with Microsoft to use Azure to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles.
Batteries for the electric F-150 may be in short supply due to an import dispute involving the Korean supplier Ford is using.
Toyota is partnering with Aurora and Denso to develop autonomous vehicles, rather than going it alone.
As automakers around the world partner up with leading tech companies, Volkswagen is taking a different approach, developing its autonomous software in-house.
Volkswagen has provided the first glimpse of a mobile charging robot, designed to provide autonomous vehicle charging.
VW Group has announced it is increasing its investment in future tech to a total of 73 billion euros ($86 billion) over the next five years.