Tag Archives: Volkswagen India

SRK pens this thoughts about VW UP!’s interiors

Our in-house rendering maestro has developed a huge penchant for the new VW Up! since its launch. He loves it so much that for the first time, he decided to pick up a pen (well keyboard technically) to discuss his thoughts about the interiors of the VW

Volkswagen India plans Renault Duster rival by 2013

The 2012 Auto Expo was dominated by SUVs, right from Premier Rio Multijet that got so many of the journalists talking, the Renault Duster that photographers went bananas over right to the Ford EcoSport which many still wrongly believe is a concept car!It

Would Fiat have been the right partner for Suzuki?

When VW announced that it had acquired a 19.9% stake in Suzuki Motors, there was quite literary a stir in the market. Fresh after the Porsche buyout, everyone expected VW to take it slow. However, in its aim to become the number 1 automotive company in

Polo and Vento steer Volkwagen India towards greater success

Volkswagen continues to stay among the numbers as it sold 6,185 vehicles last month, a growth of 244 percent over 1,796 vehicles sold in May 2010. Back in May 2010, the company was surprised with the emotions and reactions of India to the Polo, the first

VW to start selling Pre-owned cars in India

Most manufacturers such as Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra, Hyundai, Mercedes Benz etc have a pre-owned car business up their sleeves which contributes to a significant portion of their revenues. Now, Volkswagen will also start selling pre-owned cars at dealerships

Volkswagen rolls out 50,000th car from Chakan

Volkswagen India’s celebrating on reaching the milestone of 50,000 cars at its Chakan production facility in less than two years of its inauguration. The milestone car was a white VW Vento that posed with members of the VW’s management and

Volkswagen India begins pre-series production of Polo

Volkswagen India has started the pre-series production of its new small car - Polo at its new plant in Pune. The German Federal Minister for Economics, Labour and Transportation Dr. Philipp Rösler, visited the plant at Chakan in Maharashtra to start