Volkswagen`s Polo to come with customised features

German auto major Volkswagen on Monday said it will offer package options to customers of its soon-to-be launched small car Polo, which will include features like accessories, safety and sports.

Volkswagen unveils Rs 75 lakh Phaeton, to hit roads in March

Volkswagen unveiled its high-end luxury car Phaeton with sticker price of Rs 75 lakh.

Volkswagen to launch Polo sedan in India in H2 2010

Volkswagen to launch its Polo sedan model in India in the second half of 2010.

VW chief sees sunnier outlook for industry in 2010

The head of Volkswagen, Europe`s biggest automaker, forecast a slight uptick in sales in the sector next year driven by demand in China, Brazil and India, in an interview to be published Monday.

Volkswagen to end deal spree

Volkswagen is unlikely to make further strategic deals in the near future, its CEO signalled, suggesting an end to the company`s recent spree which included the taking of a stake in Suzuki.

Competition to heat-up as biggies gear up for small-car launch

Come 2010 and the small-car market is likely to witness intense competition with at least four new players set to launch their products in the market.

Volkswagen rolls out its first made-in-India car `Polo`

Volkswagen AG started production of its first compact car in India on Saturday, hoping to capture up to 10 percent of the country`s fast-growing automobile market within the next six years, the company said.

Volkswagen exploring joining hands with Suzuki Motors

German Automaker Volkswagen on Saturday
indicated it was exploring "areas of cooperation" with Suzuki
Motors in India for manufacturing smaller cars.

Volkswagen, Suzuki plan Rs 2 lakh car for India: Report

Volkswagen and Suzuki Motor plan to develop a new small car that would cost between USD 4,300 and USD 5,400 for the Indian market, following this week`s tie-up between the firms, an Indian financial daily reported on Friday.

Volkswagen to acquire 19.9% of Suzuki for $2.5 bn

Suzuki Motor Corp said Volkswagen will take a 19.9 percent stake in it for about 222.5 billion yen (USD 2.5 billion) as part of an alliance between the two automakers.

Finally, the Beetle hums into India!

German car-maker Volkswagen on Saturday launched its new vehicle christened the New Beetle in India.

Volkswagen Brazil to invest $3.5 bn over 15 years

Volkswagen`s Brazilian affiliate has announced plans to spend some 3.5 billion dollars over the next 15 years for capital improvements and the development of new auto products.

Volkswagen set to become world`s no. 1 carmaker

Europe`s auto major Volkswagen is
set to become the world`s number one, pushing Japan`s Toyota
to the second place, by taking over sports car manufacturer
Porsche.

Volkswagen October sales up 38%

European auto giant Volkswagen Group today said it has recorded a jump of 38.18% in cumulative sales in India during October at 2,023 units.

Volkswagen to launch Polo in H1 2010

German car maker Volkswagen plans to launch its Polo model in the first-half of 2010 followed by a slew of others, a top company executive said today.

VW seeks to cut ties with Magna: Report

German car maker Volkswagen is seeking to end or sharply reduce its ties with car parts maker Magna after the Canadian group`s takeover of VW rival Opel, according to a report to be published Monday.

Volkswagen firming up plans for Beetle launch: Official

German car manufacturer Volkswagen
is firming up its plans to launch the popular model `Beetle`
in India, a top company official has said.

Volkswagen could take stake in Suzuki: Report

Europe`s biggest car marker Volkswagen could become a shareholder of its Japanese competitor Suzuki before the end of the year, according to the German auto industry magazine Automobilwoche.

Volkswagen plans over two-fold increase in India headcount

Europe`s largest car maker
Volkswagen is planning to more than double its India headcount
with addition of 1,500 employees at its Chakan plant alone in
Maharashtra.

Employees aim for up to 5 percent stake in VW: Report

The roughly 370,000 employees of Volkswagen and Porsche are striving initially to acquire a stake of up to 5 percent in the automotive group, VW`s labor chief told a German newspaper.