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Conglomerate Ayala Corp. has expanded its automotive portfolio with a deal to bring Maxus – a new brand of light commercial vehicles – to the Philippines, marking the fifth brand in its dealership portfolio. SAIC Maxus Automotive Co. Ltd. (Maxus) has appointed AC Industrial Technology Holdings Inc. (AC Industrials) as the official distributor of Maxus […]
Earlier this year it was confirmed there was no immediate successor lined up for the current generation of the Volkswagen Beetle. Although in some European markets it has been discontinued, and in others like Germany it’s only available to order in cabriolet form, VW USA was saying it had no plans to discontinue the model […]
When I tried to figure out Volkswagen’s running theme when it came to the names of their releases, their product specialist said he’d get back to me on it.
From a Filipino perspective, Volkswagen—particularly, the Beetle—is a nostalgic brand.
The three-door car is starting to look increasingly in danger of extinction.
The Santana, Volkswagen’s new entry-level passenger car in the Philippines, has a legendary history.
Last Friday, during a multi-product launch extravaganza, Volkswagen Philippines astonished almost everyone by introducing a car priced at P686,000.
Volkswagen Philippines unveiled five new models to beef up its vehicle lineup. Ayala Corporation President and Chief Operating Officer Fernando Zobel de Ayala led the unveiling ceremony by driving one of the highlight vehicles onto the stage – the Santana MPI M/T Trendline. Other models introduced were the Lavida 230 TSI DSG Comfortline, the Tiguan 280 TSI DSG Comfortline, the Santana […]
This year’s awards are particularly good news for Land Rover as the Range Rover Velar has actually been shortlisted for two awards.
The rise of electric cars heralds not only a major technology switch but also promises massive disruption to today’s auto giants as Tesla and a group of powerful Chinese rivals take over the fast lane. The diesel scandal in 2015 in which Volkswagen admitted manipulating 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide to fool pollution tests only […]