Virginia Del. Richard “Rip” Sullivan Jr. is one of the General Assembly’s biggest advocates for electric vehicles. But when the Fairfax County Democrat went to buy a car in 2018,
Herndon-based U.S. subsidiary's ID. Buzz has been in works for 5 years
Herndon-based Volkswagen Group of America announced Wednesday that it would debut its electric bus during this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) festival, which will be held March 11-20 in Austin,
Company's progress on electric vehicles lauded
Volkswagen Group, with its North American operations based in Herndon, was named this week to Time magazine’s inaugural 100 Most Influential Companies list, receiving accolades for its move into electric automobiles.
Herndon-based car company falsely claimed it was rebranding as Voltswagen
Calling it a “public declaration” of its priority on electric vehicles, Herndon-based Volkswagen Group of America Inc. unveiled a new company name, Voltswagen of America, accompanied by new branding, in
Auto manufacturing giant to build new North American HQ in Reston Town Center
Automobile manufacturing giant Volkswagen Group of America Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen AG) announced Tuesday it has chosen to keep its headquarters in Fairfax County — signing a 20-year
Purchases include electric vehicles and replacing diesel cargo handling equipment at Port of Va.
Virginia will dedicate $34 million to electrify state government vehicle fleets and to replace all-diesel cargo handling equipment at the Port of Virginia with zero-emission all-electric equipment, Gov. Ralph Northam