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What’s New for the 2023 VW Vehicle Lineup at Gossett?

What’s New for the 2023 VW Vehicle Lineup at Gossett?

Can you believe that the 2023 model year is already around the corner? The next wave of Volkswagen vehicles is on its way from the factories to car dealerships like Gossett Volkswagen of Germantown. If you’re interested in buying or leasing a new Volkswagen from Gossett, here’s a look at what’s new and different for the 2023 Volkswagen lineup. Volkswagen ID.4 changes This electric car is now more affordable for drivers in Memphis. It now has a lower-priced, entry-level version…

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Volkswagen Revives the Scout as a New EV Brand

Volkswagen Revives the Scout as a New EV Brand

Volkswagen has been itching to get a bigger foothold in the electric vehicle market with its plan to release two dozen electric-powered models in the next decade. That strategy began with the launch of the ID.4, and now VW has revealed its next move: resurrecting the Scout nameplate. As a respected moniker in off-road utility, Scout established an expertise for rugged performance. Volkswagen is drawing from that legacy while giving the new Scout models a 21st-century update: an electric powertrain. …

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New Volkswagen Chassis Readies Vehicles for Autonomous Driving

New Volkswagen Chassis Readies Vehicles for Autonomous Driving

Modern vehicles are digital products as much as they are mechanical ones. They rely heavily on precise software and computerized systems to operate effectively. That’s why Volkswagen has been busy developing cutting-edge software-driven technologies for its models. Recently, the automaker shared how it’s been expanding its driving systems by creating a revolutionary new chassis and a new steering system. The new Volkswagen chassis aims to use software to improve comfort and stability on the road for all future-generation models in…

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Check Out the Updates to the New Tiguan Allspace

Check Out the Updates to the New Tiguan Allspace

Thanks to its recent refresh, the Tiguan Allspace boasts some exciting new design tweaks, tech tools, and comfort features. On the outside, it sports a sharp new front end, signature IQ.LIGHT® LED matrix headlights, unique sweeping turn signals, and an eye-catching illuminated strip in the radiator grille. Inside the cabin, you’ll find plenty of cutting-edge amenities. Its standard three-zone automatic air conditioning can be controlled through a new digital touch-screen system, located in the center console. It also boasts the…

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Volkswagen Launches Eco-Friendly Battery Recycling Program

Volkswagen Launches Eco-Friendly Battery Recycling Program

There’s no denying that the recent surge in all-electric vehicles is re-framing the entire landscape of the automotive industry. Thankfully, there are a few brands that have managed to stay on the ball and come up with innovative solutions to new challenges. Naturally, one of them is Volkswagen, which recently launched a battery recycling program designed to make sure that eco-friendly tech doesn’t end up hurting the very land it was built to protect. Volkswagen has long been at the…

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Shoppers Still Prefer Black and White Car Colors

Shoppers Still Prefer Black and White Car Colors

Black, white, and grey seem to be the color scheme of most new cars. The color, white, for example ranked as the most popular neutral hue last year. Silver and black followed close behind. Opting for monochrome vehicles has been a decade-long trend for drivers, but researchers think a change might be on the horizon. “Today, variations of white, black, gray and silver make up over half of the market, leaving just 21 percent of cars sold in 2020 in…

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Volkswagen Breaks Ground in Tennessee on Battery Engineering Lab

Volkswagen Breaks Ground in Tennessee on Battery Engineering Lab

As some automobile manufacturers continue to move towards electric vehicles, Volkswagen makes its latest commitments right here in our state of Tennessee. This past November, Volkswagen broke ground in Tennessee on a new Battery Engineering Lab. The lab is being erected at the Engineering and Planning Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where Volkswagen Chattanooga is working on an expansion on its electric vehicle production and has a battery pack assembly facility under construction. This Chattanooga plant forms the center for all…

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Volkswagen ID.4 Shows Off Exterior Design

Volkswagen ID.4 Shows Off Exterior Design

After months of speculation, Volkswagen officially announced its first all-electric SUV: the Volkswagen ID.4. Among the many compelling things the ID.4 has to show off, the innovative SUV boasts a truly advanced exterior design based on organic forms that boost efficiency. Designed by the wind According to the Volkswagen Group’s Head of Design, Klaus Zyciora, the ID.4’s airy exterior appearance has “gentle, soft transitions [that] alternate with sharp, clear separating edges. The design looks as if shaped by the wind…

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How Volkswagen is Helping in the Fight Against COVID-19

How Volkswagen is Helping in the Fight Against COVID-19

Volkswagen knows that it’s part of its responsibility as a global leader to help people and communities in times of need. That has been very much the case throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, which Volkswagen is helping to fight against using its manufacturing and logistical know-how. VW is teaming with heavyweights like Dow, Whirlpool, and Magna to build essential PPE like respirator hoods, air-purifying respirators, and reusable medical gowns. A taskforce out of its Chattanooga, Tennessee, manufacturing plant is working diligently…

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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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