Volkswagen’s new Tiguan which sports a sharper design and tech upgrades, will launch locally later this year.
Eastern Cape-based Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) has been named Top Employer for the 10th consecutive year.
Toyota sold 9.53 million units in 2020 despite a challenging year for automakers.
The Volkswagen GTI is flawless. A bold claim, but VW has been perfecting the hot hatch formula with its driver’s choice Golf, since the mid-1970s.
Further cementing its brand claim to being “the peoples’ car”, Volkswagen Group South Africa has emerged from 2020 as the national new passenger car market leader.
The company said there was a significant increase in orders since the product range was completed with eight derivatives, with one in three Golfs now a hybrid.
Support offered to black-owned business since inception of trust amounts to R76.5 million.
With an overboost function that powers the Amarok to a maximum power output of 200kW for 10 seconds, it is the most powerful bakkie on sale in South Africa at the moment.
With more than 21 million units sold, the VW Beetle was considered the best-selling car in the world in the 20th century.
If you are a VW fan, the T-Roc is your new road trip vehicle of destiny.
The locally manufactured Polo Vivo continues to be the Volkswagen’s
best-selling model range.
Going the extra mile – high, and across the world: Volkswagen’s new T-Roc defies the norm to move the boundaries of modern motoring.
One of South Africa’s favourite family vehicles, has been updated with new tech.
Volkswagen’s first electric vehicle has been confirmed for South Africa – but don’t expect to see it here by next year.
Five year’s after the scandal rocked the automobile industry, Martin Winterkom still faces charges over market manipulation.
The fastest bakkie now has more power as Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) upgrades its Amarok range.
Volkswagen Group South Africa wins recognition for environmental protection at Eastern Cape Exporter of the Year Awards.
An officer and a gentleman: Outgoing Volkswagen SA CEO Thomas Schaefer is heading back to Europe…but promises to return.
Ghananian government welcomes the start of production at Volkswagen’s first assembly plant in Ghana, while African Association of Automotive Manufacturers welcomes new leadership.
Online car searches for second-hand vehicles in South Africa surged to set a new, all-time record for the 2019/2020 review period and recorded a whopping 40% year-on-year increase in online searches.
Thomas Schaefer is leaving Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) to join ŠKODA Auto as the new Global CEO effective 3 August 2020.
Concerns allayed, production resumes after brief “unprocedural strike” at Volkswagen South Africa
VW Motorsport has unleashed its new GTC race car, the replacement to the previous season’s championship-winning Jetta.