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Volkswagen Is Providing Support to Drivers During the Pandemic

Volkswagen Is Providing Support to Drivers During the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has led many individuals to have financial difficulties at this time. That’s why Volkswagen is providing support to drivers by launching the Community-Driven Promise. VW and Volkswagen Credit plan to give payment assistance options through the Community-Driven Promise. If you are a current VCI customer and are struggling financially as a result of the pandemic, you may receive deferred payments for up to 90 days. In addition, if you are in good standing, you may qualify to…

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Volkswagen Named Among Top Employers in America

Volkswagen Named Among Top Employers in America

Volkswagen is one of the best automakers in the world thanks to its quality engineering, exceptional performance, high-tech features, and affordable pricing. But did you know it’s also one of the top employers in America. The Top Employers Institute recently named VW a “Top Employer for 2020,” one of just 24 employers in the United States to earn such an accolade. How do they pick the top employers in the country? The Top Employers Institute performs a company-wide audit by…

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Volkswagen Supports Australian Bushfire Relief and Recovery

Volkswagen Supports Australian Bushfire Relief and Recovery

The recent bushfires in Australia have devastated wildlife and natural habitats, taken human lives, destroyed thousands of homes and displaced countless people. And unfortunately, the devastating effects are not over, despite the fires finally being contained. To help the wildlife, people and communities in the southern and eastern sections of the country heal and rebuild from the overwhelming trauma and damage caused by the fires, Volkswagen has pledged approximately $1.7 million USD (AUD$2.5 million) to bushfire relief and recovery. “Thousands…

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Volkswagen Says Goodbye to Discontinued Beetle Car

Volkswagen Says Goodbye to Discontinued Beetle Car

Out with the old, in with the new. That’s certainly Volkswagen’s current approach. Last year, the global automaker announced that it would be officially discontinuing the iconic Volkswagen Beetle, which is arguably the most recognizable car in the world. To send off the discontinued Beetle car in style, Volkswagen has put together an animated short film called “The Last Mile,” which will debut at the end of the year at “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020”…

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Celebrating 70 Years of Volkswagen in America

Celebrating 70 Years of Volkswagen in America

In 2019, Volkswagen celebrated its 70th anniversary in the United States with a unique showcase of VW models new and old at the LA Auto Show. What does 70 Years of Volkswagen in America look like? Keep reading for just a small glimpse… Humble Beginnings: The VW Beetle — known then as the Volkswagen Type 1 — was initially brought to New York City in 1949 by the enterprising Ben Pon. Though it initially took him two months to sell…

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Volkswagen Launches 2020 Atlas Cross Sport SUV

Volkswagen Launches 2020 Atlas Cross Sport SUV

The Volkswagen Atlas is a sophisticated seven-passenger SUV. To give shoppers even more options, Volkswagen is now introducing an Atlas Cross Sport version with a striking design and athletic stance. “The Cross Sport allows you to show up — with style, grace, and elegance — without showing off,” said Scott Keogh, CEO, Volkswagen of America. “It really addresses the sweet spot of what Americans are looking for.” Compared to the standard Atlas, the Cross Sport is 2.8 inches shorter and…

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2019 Volkswagen Arteon Wins Wards 10 Best UX Award

2019 Volkswagen Arteon Wins Wards 10 Best UX Award

The 2019 Volkswagen Arteon has won the Wards 10 Best UX Award that seeks to recognize cars with the best user interfaces. As cars becomes more and more high-tech, there can sometimes be a steep learning curve when it comes to operating its advanced features. This can lead to owner frustration and problems. To help you avoid that frustration, The Wards 10 Best UX Awards recognize the vehicles with the best user-friendly features. The WardsAuto editors tested 23 new vehicles…

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Best Haunted Attractions in Memphis to Check Out This Halloween

Best Haunted Attractions in Memphis to Check Out This Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and Memphis will play host to a number of spooky haunted attractions to mark the season this year. Check out these haunted attractions in Memphis this Halloween season: Haunted Web of Horrors: Located at 2665 South Perks Road, this haunted site boasts five separate haunted house experiences, including Dr. Hackers Asylum and Dark Matter. Experience all five for just $25. You can learn more here. The Mid South Haunted Maze: Located at 7777 Walnut…

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VW Sponsoring First-Ever Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

VW Sponsoring First-Ever Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

About five hours out from Memphis is the great Tennessee city of Chattanooga. And this year, the city is playing host to the inaugural Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, sponsored — quite excitingly — by Volkswagen of America. That makes the event the perfect fall road trip destination for any VW fans in the Memphis area. Some of us from the dealership will certainly be going. The event will be held in downtown Chattanooga from Oct. 11-13. The festival will celebrate your…

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Volkswagen “Drive Bigger” Ad Campaign Celebrates Dedication to the Future

Volkswagen “Drive Bigger” Ad Campaign Celebrates Dedication to the Future

With the “Drive Bigger” ad campaign, Volkswagen showcases its dedication to the greater good, committing itself to environmentally friendly innovation, global responsibility, and industry leadership in the years to come. The multi-platform ad campaign debuted this summer to a global audience, demonstrating to the world the brand’s commitment to ensuring that the world is a better place for our future generations. The first Volkswagen ad spot was titled “Something Big” and depicted what “Drive Bigger” is all about. The new…

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