What becoming ‘carbon neutral’ means to Volkswagen – and why it’s the only way forward
It’s clear the world is getting warmer. It’s time to stop avoiding the question of what to do about it. Under its “Drive Bigger”…
How soccer and poetry give kids a new way to compete with America SCORES
Twenty five years ago, an elementary school teacher in Washington, D.C. saw that many of her fifth-graders had nothing to do in the hours…
U.S. soccer star Mia Hamm teams up with Volkswagen to inspire young women
Mia Hamm – one of the most important and influential female athletes of all time — dropped in and surprised a girls’ soccer team…
Watch the Volkswagen ID. R drive the fastest all-electric lap around the Nurburgring
Thirty-six years ago, one of the world’s fastest race cars – a Porsche 956 – tore around the 12.9 miles of the Nürburgring Nordschelife…
From “Think Small” to “Drive Bigger,” Volkswagen embraces a new purpose
In the 1960s, Volkswagen came to America’s attention through ads like the “Think Small” campaign that dared to be different than other automakers. They…
How a $7,000 car became a ‘Million Dollar’ Volkswagen Scirocco
Jason Whipple’s 1980 Volkswagen Scirocco S is an instant head turner. Splashed in a rainbow motif, blurred lettering and wild graphics, there’s no surprise…
The next step in autonomous cars? Helping avoid motion sickness
Carsickness can happen to anyone: the confusion between the motion your eyes see, and the motion your body feels, can lead to a queasiness…