ID.4 EV and Tiguan Take Top Honor in Cars.com 2023 Car Seat Fit Report Card

September 25th, 2023 by
2023 VW ID.4

Automakers tout their safety all the time, and they often emphasize the point by showing families. But family members who are often not shown are the most vulnerable. By that, we refer to infants, toddlers, and very small children. Specifically, those who sit not on the car seats but in aftermarket rear and forward-facing baby…

VW Knoxville Innovation Hub Research Aimed at Simplifying Charging, Increasing Range, and Replacing Plastics

August 10th, 2023 by
Innovation towards a more sustainable EV Future at VW

  Those familiar with Volkswagen may be aware of their plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which builds the Atlas, Atlas Cross Sport, and the ID.4. Less known are the research centers Volkswagen has across the country, including a key facility about 100 miles away from Chattanooga in Knoxville, Tennessee. Volkswagen’s Knoxville Innovation Hub works in collaboration…

2023 Volkswagen ID.4 Technical EV Specs & FAQ

July 16th, 2023 by

The 2023 Volkswagen ID.4 has arrived here at Bud Brown Volkswagen in Olathe, Kansas, so if you’re ready to make the jump into electrification we recommend you check it out today. Although the nameplate is only a couple of years old, this year the ID.4 has already been revamped as VW takes strides to perfect…

Volkswagen to Debut Three-Row ID. Buzz on First Ever International Volkswagen Bus Day

June 26th, 2023 by
Orange and Blue ID.Buzz parked beachside

The first-ever ID. Buzz is part of Volkswagen’s ID all-electric family and features three rows of seats, specifically for the American market, as well as available All-Wheel Drive with 330 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque. This electric homage to the original Volkswagen Microbus will certainly become a favorite of Microbus enthusiasts and families at…

What’s the Buzz on the VW I.D. BUZZ?

February 14th, 2023 by

From the moment the Volkswagen new Beetle arrived in our Bud Brown Volkswagen showroom in 1997, people were asking “What about the minibus?” The vehicle officially went by a few names: Type 2, T1, Kombi, and Samba, yet most everyone simply knew it as the “minibus” or just “bus”.  Volkswagen responded with a minibus concept…

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