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it comes after NVIDIA announced it will be making xavier, the AI chip made for self-driving vehicles it announced in 2016, available to customers. The post volkswagen and NVIDIA announce self-driving partnership, bringing to life the I.D. buzz electric bus appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
VW of America has announced that it will be sponsoring the ProjectBaja.com Class 11 VW Beetle in the 50th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 1000 race in mid-November. The race team is based in Denver, Colorado and plans to take the old-school Beetle out into one of the toughest races on the planet...Continue Reading Volkswagen sponsoring old-school Beetle in Baja 1000Category: AutomotiveTags:
There's no doubt that nostalgia sells, and both the iconic Volkswagen Kombi and timeless Back to the Future movies have it in spades. So maybe targeting a highly specific group of wealthy automotive aficionados that like both retro-Volkswagens and the Back To The Future movies isn't as crazy as it sounds – or maybe it is. Either way, this restored van gives us an idea of what might have been
The new VW Crafter has been finding its place in the camper van market, in production campers like the Knaus Boxdrive to wild concepts like Volkswagen's own California XXL. But there's no better indication that Volkswagen's latest full-size van has officially arrived on the camper van scene than a new package from Westfalia, the shop whose name will be forever intertwined with VW camper vans
The Pikes Peak International Hillclimb has become an important proving ground for electric cars, and it is here that Volkswagen will be looking to flex its muscles as it continues its EV march. The automaker has just revealed an all-electric racer built with one goal in mind, to finish the world-famous mountain race in record time...Continue Reading Volkswagen gunning for Pikes Peak record wi
Germany's VanEssa is giving tailgaters and campers a sleek new way to enjoy a meal on the pickup tailgate. Its slide-out kitchen packs everything you need to serve up smoking hot food and icy cold beverages from the bed of the Volkswagen Amarok. There's no fumbling around with a disorganized pile of BBQ gear as everything is available at the pull of a drawer. You can even sit atop the whole p
With the Atlas, Tiguan and Touareg, Volkswagen already offers buyers a solid slate of SUV options. But the SUV segment continues to grow, and Volkswagen is growing its lineup right along with it. Not a full year after adding the Atlas at the top of that lineup (size-wise), it's sliding the T-Roc in at the base. With compact, urban-friendly packaging, coupe-inspired styling and vibrant color o
The Düsseldorf Caravan Salon kicks off today, and Volkswagen is using it to explore a potential Crafter-based camper van, a larger, smarter version of its popular California. The innovative California XXL Concept packs sleeping space for the family, a space-enhancing slide-out wet bath, a digital projection system, a full stargazer panoramic roof, and an all-conditions all-wheel-drive build b
volkswagen announces the I.D. BUZZ electric minibus will arrive in 2022 at the pebble beach concours d’elegance in california.The post volkswagen takes bold decision to put I.D. BUZZ electric campervan into production appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"Westfalia" is undoubtedly the most famous name in Volkswagen camper van lore, but "California" has also claimed its place in the VW camper van lexicon. Launched as a Westfalia model in 1988, the California eventually became Volkswagen's own in house-built camper when the California T5 went into production in 2004. Now the good Volks from Wolfsburg are exploring an XXL-sized California based


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