Archive | January, 2014

Could a Diesel Tiguan Be In Store for U.S. Shores?

Filed under the section titled “hopes and dreams,” there exists a space for a diesel Volkswagen Tiguan. The Tiguan, of course, is a sporty 4-cylinder SUV small enough to wheel about town, and tough enough to venture into the country. It’s reliable, gets good mileage, is great for hauling things, and has all the luxurious […]

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NAIAS 2014: New Volkswagen SUV to appear in 2016

Volkswagen announced this week at the North American International Auto Show that it is developing a new SUV for the U.S., one that will not replace the Touareg. We assume that it will not replace the Tiguan either since Volkswagen executives said it would be based on the CrossBlue SUV concept revealed at last year’s […]

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NAIAS 2014: Volkswagen Dune Beetle Concept

Volkswagen showed a Dune Beetle Concept today at the North American International Auto Show, which is interesting for two reasons: 1) concept cars are usually completely unlike any of a brand’s existing models, and 2) Volkswagen released a Dune Concept Beetle 13 years ago. However, while the iteration 13 years ago had a toyish look […]

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Our coverage of the 2014 NAIAS in Detroit Begins

The 2014 North American International Auto Show is officially underway in Detroit today, launching us into one week of automotive news from nearly every automaker in existence. At the 2013 NAIAS, 71 new models made their debut with dozens more features, updates and new trim versions. This is the show where brands reveal major refreshes […]

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