VW's 2018 Tiguan gets 11 more inches on wheelbase, third row optionSun, 08, Jan 2017
Volkswagen plans to offer a new extended-wheelbase Tiguan for the 2018 model year, adding almost 11 inches in length from the current model and offering available third-row seating to the formerly compact crossover.
With Atlas, VW seeks redemption with U.S. dealers, consumersFri, 18, Nov 2016
VW, aiming to recover from emissions violations, is betting that a jumbo-sized crossover will persuade more U.S. consumers to give it another chance -- now that the seven-seater has a name they can pronounce: Atlas. The name initially proposed by company bosses in Germany -- the Teramont -- landed with a thud when it was run by U.S. dealers months ago.
VW to cut hours for workers at 3 German plants amid supplier dispute, report saysThu, 18, Aug 2016
Volkswagen will cut working hours for more than 10,000 staff at its Wolfsburg base and reduce output at two more German sites, a source close to the company told Reuters, as the automaker faces supply problems caused by a supplier not keeping to delivery commitments.
VW puts 3-row crossover through the pacesTue, 05, Apr 2016
VW dealer chief sees no room for retrenchmentMon, 28, Mar 2016
VW to unveil plug-in hybrid Tiguan SUV concept in DetroitFri, 08, Jan 2016
VW demonstrates versatile MQB platform with off-road hybrid TiguanSun, 10, Jan 2016
VW: Next Tiguan to get 'right content and the right price'Mon, 21, Sep 2015
VW banks on redesigned Tiguan to shift focus from leadership to productMon, 14, Sep 2015
VW retools Tiguan with larger, lighter footprintMon, 14, Sep 2015
VW plans $1 billion investment in Mexico to support Tiguan output, report saysThu, 05, Mar 2015
VW plans an investment worth around $1 billion in Mexico to expand its Puebla assembly plant, Reuters reported Thursday. The capital outlay, aimed at supporting production of the Tiguan compact crossover, is due to be unveiled on Monday and is expected to generate about 1,900 jobs.
VW readies crossover blitz to help revive U.S. fortunesSun, 11, Jan 2015
Volkswagen is mobilizing an SUV and crossover offensive over the next few years to strengthen its presence in those fast-growing segments and revive the VW brand's sagging U.S. sales. A long-wheelbase Tiguan crossover assembled in North America will arrive in the market in 2017, Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn said in remarks prepared for delivery today.