Lodge Tyre Co has welcomed its 100th VW Crafter van, following its most recent fleet acquisition.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) has named Rob Holdcroft as its new head of fleet, following the departure of Claire English who moved to Audi UK.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has added two new van conversion specialists to its Converter Recognition Scheme.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has announced changes to its senior management team to prepare for a “new era” of electrification.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will begin testing the first self-driving prototypes of its new ID Buzz vehicle in Germany this summer.
The UK’s first dual crewed ambulance (DCA) based on a Volkswagen Crafter will be launched later this year by ambulance conversion specialist VCS.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) has launched a new division in which all activities on every aspect of future mobility services and the development of autonomous driving are being pooled.
Ford will launch a new version of the popular Transit Custom in 2023 with a fully electric powertrain.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and Hermes has launched a new trial with German firm Neohelden to explore the use of an in-vehicle voice assistant to streamline delivery services.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will be the first VW Group brand to offer a vehicle with autonomous driving capability.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a new delivery van conversion for the Volkswagen Crafter, in partnership with Bri-Stor Systems.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has increased its dedicated network to 30 authorised repairers and 66 van centres by bringing two new sites on board.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a zero per cent finance offer on vehicle servicing, repairs and accessories to help keep owners’ vans on the road, even when faced with unexpected bills.
Cian O’Brien has been appointed to director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, taking over from Carl zu Dohna.
VWCV plants in Hannover and in Poland at Poznań and Września are to gradually start production again at reduced capacity levels from Monday, April 27.
A dedicated on-call mobile service team will help keep fleet partner’s vans on the road to deliver vital products during the COVID-19 crisis.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) will shut down factories for 10 days in Germany and Poland from today (Thursday, March 12) in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fewer than half of van drivers use hands-free or Bluetooth technology to make calls, according to research conducted by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Van technicians using augmented reality headsets have the potential to save customers five years of downtime – equal to £1 million.
A new Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Van Centre has opened in Lincoln, complete with a full showroom for new and used vehicles and 25 servicing bays.