It’s no secret that sport utility vehicles have become the family hauler of choice among Americans, far outpacing sedans, wagons and minivans.
Many successful companies trace their heritage to a small business that started as a passion project. Surprisingly, some of these now-famous companies credit a Volkswagen model as a key player in the early days of their business.
Volkswagen Chattanooga has reassessed plans to resume production May 3. Before setting a new start date, Volkswagen will weigh the readiness of the supplier base, as well as market demand and the status of the COVID-19 outbreak.
To further improve the efficiency of its plants and reduce production costs, the Volkswagen Group is forging ahead with the integration of its plants into the Volkswagen Industrial Cloud.
From organizing senior meal deliveries to leading donation drives, Volkswagen dealerships across the country are doing their part to help find new and inventive ways to support their neighbors during these difficult times.
When Volkswagen first introduced the Atlas to the U.S. in 2017, the SUV was touted as a new journey for the brand; a road trip straight into the heart of the American market.