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Volkswagen of America will begin producing electrified vehicles in 2022 at a Tennessee plant that will be expanded with an $800 million investment, the automaker has announced.

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Volkswagen's 2019 Tiguan Named Top Safety Pick+

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has recognized the 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan with a Top Safety Pick+, when it is outfitted with specific headlights and an optional front crash prevention system.

Volkswagen Vans Tested for U.K. Fleet

ATS Euromaster, a subsidiary of Michelin in Europe, is overhauling its fleet and testing out a variety of assets to accommodate its operations, including several from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.

Volkswagen Offers Atlas-Based Midsize SUV

Volkswagen of America will offer a five-passenger, coupe-like midsize SUV that's based on its Atlas and will be known as the Atlas Cross Sport as part of its 2020 model year lineup, the automaker has announced.

Volkswagen's EV Crossover Named ID4

Partially revealed at the Frankfurt auto show, the vehicle looks to be a production version of the ID Crozz concept vehicle and will be available in the U.S. in late 2020.

Volkswagen Overstated Fuel Economy on 98K Vehicles

Volkswagen Group of America will lower the fuel economy ratings of 98,000 vehicles, give up greenhouse gas emissions credits, and reimburse customers under a court settlement with the federal government, the company announced.

GM, Volkswagen to Scrap Hybrid Vehicles

General Motors and Volkswagen are cutting hybrid vehicles from their lineups in the U.S., but are continuing to lean into the investment of battery-electric vehicles.