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Volkswagen self-driving shuttles to operate in Qatar from 2022
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22nd Dec 2019
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Volkswagen self-driving shuttles to operate in Qatar from 2022

The Qatar Investment Authority and Volkswagen have signed a deal which will see the German automaker test and operate a small fleet of self-driving people movers and buses in the kingdom's capital city. According to the automaker, there will be a fleet of 35 self-driving ID Buzz people movers operating on semi-fixed routes in the Westbay district of Doha. There will also be 10 autonomous Scania buses to transport larger groups of people.
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Volkswagen working on sporty electric liftback - report
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11th Jul 2017
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Volkswagen working on sporty electric liftback - report

It looks like Volkswagen is well on its way to completing its all-electric I.D. family, with a leaked presentation revealing the company's plans to introduce two additional models in the next five years.
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CarAdvice podcast 58: Go behind-the-scenes of the hatchback mega test
Volkswagen Touareg 2017 v6 adventure
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23rd Jun 2017

CarAdvice podcast 58: Go behind-the-scenes of the hatchback mega test

Join Mandy Turner, Mike Costello and Trent Nikolic on location with this view (above) from the Hunter Valley, while our hatchback mega test is underway. We talk how important the Kia Stinger is for the Korean brand in a special car news report after it received a CarAdvice rating of 9.0 in our latest review. While the Stonic has been leaked online, it looks like Australia won't be getting the compact SUV.
Volkswagen ID Buzz: Electric Kombi approved for production
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20th Jun 2017
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Volkswagen ID Buzz: Electric Kombi approved for production

The on-again-off-again spiritual successor to the Volkswagen Kombi is on again, with the brand's boss confirming the ID Buzz concept will head into production. Herbert Diess, chief of the Volkswagen brand, told AutoExpress, "Emotional cars are very important for the brand". Noting the company still sells "loads" of Beetles in the US, Diess stated "we will also have the Microbus that we showed, which we have recently decided we will build".
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