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Volkswagen plans to show off its electric powertrain tech by taking a run at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. VW previewed its race car for the summer event via computer-generated images.
Volkswagen plans to invest $340 million to bring a third vehicle to its assembly plant in Chattanooga -- a five-seat version of its large Atlas crossover.
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Volkswagen dealers like it that the brand's management lowered the price of the redesigned 2018 Tiguan crossover midstream.
A concerted effort by a special committee of Audi's National Dealer Council and the factory have helped make progress on the profitability of the brand's approximately 300 US dealers.
Audi's e-tron GT, which will go into production in Germany in 2020, will be a low, sleek coupe-styled sedan with aggressive sports car detailing, based on a teaser photo of the model that Audi released last week.
VW will export a new compact SUV/crossover, internally called the "Volks-SUV," from Mexico to the U.S. The model, positioned below the Tiguan, is aimed at global markets except Europe.
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Audi expects a difficult year as the launch of over 20 models such as the all-new Q8 full-size crossover, the A6 sedan and the e-tron electric crossover could hurt deliveries.
Audi will build a four-door electric sports car in Germany starting in 2020, CEO Rupert Stadler confirmed. The e-tron GT will be shown in concept form later this year.
The global head of Volkswagen said the brand is aiming for "around 5 percent market share" in the United States in the next ten years, a goal that would more than double its current position.
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