By the staff
The family rift at the Ortigas clan’s flagship property firm OCLP Holdings is causing much more than delays to potential takeovers by perennial rival suitors Ayala Land Inc. of the Zobels and the SM Group of taipan Henry Sy, both of which remain acquisition-hungry.
Volkswagen’s new seven-passenger SUV will go on sale in the U.S. in 2016.
By the staff
So Europe’s largest carmaker, Volkswagen AG, is back in the Philippines … but only with diesel-powered models.
By Amy R. Remo
Volkswagen Group, the largest automotive manufacturer in Europe, has reopened its doors in the Philippines, as the company targets to further expand and cement its presence in Asia Pacific.
By Tessa R. Salazar
A car brand straight from British royalty, a comebacking German icon, and a host of new models from the “divas” of the motoring world are swarming to this country, like bees finding a fresh bed of flowers, adding to the list of growing luxury auto brands vying for the attention of Filipino auto connoisseurs and enthusiasts with sophisticated tastes.
By Jason Ang
You would probably be satisfied with your subcompact car’s mileage if it regularly returned 10 km/liter. If you are driving a hybrid, then mileage in the range of 25 km/liter would not be out of the ordinary. What if tomorrow, you could buy a car that gets 111 km/liter? Volkswagen is betting that some of us would be very excited by that prospect, as it is putting into production its XL1 ultra-high mileage car.
German automaker Volkswagen AG says its net profit increased 41 percent for 2012 to €21.7 billion ($28.7 billion) on a 21 percent rise in revenues.
German automaker Volkswagen AG says its 2012 group sales hit a record high as growing demand around the world more than offset sluggish sales in Europe.
By Jason K. Ang
As soon as Volkswagen made its official announcement about its return to the Philippines with new distributor Ayala Automotive Holdings, visions of the Golf GTi began dancing in our dream garage. Including that vaunted model, here’s a list of VW models that we wish would be introduced soon into the Philippine market.
By Doris C. Dumlao
European car giant Volkswagen AG has engaged the diversified Ayala group into a new car distribution partnership, seeking to harness an increasing consumer affluence in the country as part of its ambition towards global leadership.
Volkswagen is in talks with its Malaysian partner DRB-Hicom to expand cooperation and beef up the German car maker’s presence in Southeast Asia, DowJones Newswires reported on Thursday.
German auto giant Volkswagen said late Monday it is seeking talks with Japanese partner Suzuki, after the latter announced its intention to end their