VOW.DE - Volkswagen AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
164.40
-2.20 (-1.32%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close166.60
Open165.40
Bid164.65 x 22300
Ask164.80 x 61000
Day's Range163.60 - 167.40
52 Week Range129.60 - 174.70
Volume81,175
Avg. Volume105,038
Market Cap81.665B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.86
PE Ratio (TTM)6.97
EPS (TTM)23.59
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.80 (3.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-15
1y Target Est195.40
  • 2 Dudes: Highlights from the New York Auto Show
    Yahoo Finance9 hours ago

    2 Dudes: Highlights from the New York Auto Show

    For my colleague and 2 Dudes co-host Rick Newman and I, it was another show in the books where SUVs were the main draw. Truck love in NYC is nothing new, as last year it was the pickups that were all the rage, but with new models out last year for Ford (updated at least), GM, and Ram, the half-ton battlefield for 2019 was subdued.

  • CNBC11 hours ago

    New York auto show previews Tesla's future competition with more than 40 electric vehicles on display

    More than 40 vehicles using some form of battery power are on display at the New York International Auto Show. Two of the three finalists for World Car of the Year at the 2019 New York show are fully electric. It wouldn't be much of a stretch to call this year's New York International Auto Show "electrifying," not when you consider that more than 40 vehicles using some form of electric power are on display at the Jacob Javits convention center.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    German prosecutors probe bonus payments to suspended VW manager

    German prosecutors are investigating a possible breach of fiduciary duty by Volkswagen over bonus payments made to an executive who was suspended over the carmaker's emissions cheating scandal. Regulators blew the whistle on Volkswagen (VW) in 2015 after the German company was caught using software designed to cheat emissions tests on diesel engines. VW has argued the cheating was the work of a handful of engineers who acted without the consent or knowledge of members of the management board, which at the time included VW's current chief executive Herbert Diess and chairman Hans-Dieter Poetsch.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Automakers invest heavily in electric vehicles despite still-low demand

    Demand for electric vehicles remains low in the U.S. market, but industry executives at the New York auto show this week said they are pushing ahead with billions of dollars in investments even while preaching patience. Officials said their companies are charging ahead with a flurry of new electric vehicle (EV) models, citing rising regulatory requirements globally. Michelle Krebs, analyst at online marketplace Autotrader, expects EV sales to remain relatively modest until charging infrastructure, prices and battery performance improve.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    U.S. trade agency sees 76,000 new auto jobs from N. American trade deal

    The Trump administration on Thursday estimated that its new North American trade deal will create 76,000 automotive sector jobs within five years as automakers invest some $34 billion in new plants to comply with the pact's new regional content rules. The forecasts from the U.S. Trade Representative's office were released ahead of an independent trade panel's hotly anticipated analysis that economists expect to show little or no U.S. gains from the new U.S.-Canada-Mexico Agreement. A USTR official told reporters that the jobs and investment estimates are based on plans disclosed by automakers to the trade agency for compliance with the new agreement's tighter rules of origin.

  • VW is serious about doing a truck, but it won't be a Ranger
    Autoblog6 days ago

    VW is serious about doing a truck, but it won't be a Ranger

    Volkswagen came to the New York Auto Show with its Tarok compact pickup in tow, and it's serious about getting into the truck market in the United States. VW of America CEO Scott Keough dropped some details about what just such a vehicle would be like. If Volkswagen does make a pickup for America, it'll most likely be a unibody based on the MQB platform, a "lifestyle" truck that appeals to folks who aren't in need of full-size pickup capability.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Aeva signs sensor deal with Audi's self-driving unit

    Aeva Inc, a startup company founded by former Apple Inc engineers Soroush Salehian and Mina Rezk, has signed a sensor-system deal with an Audi-owned unit that is working on self-driving technology for Volkswagen AG. Aeva said on Wednesday that Audi's AID-Autonomous Intelligent Driving unit, a “center of excellence” for Volkswagen autonomous driving efforts, will be using its lidar sensor on its so-called "e-tron" development fleet vehicles in Munich, Germany. Audi's AID said it will use the sensors to help develop its so-called robo-taxis, which aim to autonomously ferry passengers around urban areas in the next few years.

  • BMW, Qualcomm Battle VW, Renault on Connected Car Rules
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    BMW, Qualcomm Battle VW, Renault on Connected Car Rules

    In a vote Wednesday, the European Parliament ratified draft rules by the European Commission, the bloc’s executive body, which endorse WiFi technology pushed by VW, General Motors Co., and Volvo Group. The European Council of member states still have a say on the draft rules and could decide to veto it.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Toyota to sell first hybrid car made in Brazil

    Japan's Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it will begin building a new version of the Corolla sedan in Brazil that will run on electricity, ethanol and gas, which it says will be the first vehicle of its kind in the world. Brazil, which is South America's largest auto producer, has largely resisted the shift toward electric and hybrid vehicle production that has swept through more developed markets. Some of Toyota's competitors in Brazil, including General Motors and Volkswagen AG, have said they will import electric vehicles but do not plan to produce them domestically.

  • Jaguar I-Pace named World Car of the Year
    Autoblog7 days ago

    Jaguar I-Pace named World Car of the Year

    The Jaguar I-Pace has been named World Car of the Year. The organization also recognized the most significant new Luxury, Performance, Green, and Urban cars.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Volkswagen to take on Tesla X in China from 2021 with electric SUV

    Volkswagen plans to build a fully electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) for China from 2021, taking on the Chinese market leader Tesla's Model X as the German carmaker ramps up production of zero emissions vehicles. The planned new SUV is the latest move in Volkswagen's aggressive growth strategy in China, where electric cars are given preferential treatment by authorities. VW said its ID ROOMZZ, which it presented in Shanghai on Sunday, will have three rows of seats and an operating range of up to 450 kms.

  • CNBC7 days ago

    Traditional automakers are making China their launch pad for electric vehicles

    ​Some of the world's largest automobile companies unveiled flagship electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show this week.

  • A $255 Billion EV Debate Is Raging Among the World’s Biggest Automakers
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    A $255 Billion EV Debate Is Raging Among the World’s Biggest Automakers

    Some think electric cars made by companies besides Tesla Inc. stand the chance to be hits, while others think they’ll fail to really sell. Toyota Motor Corp. may have kicked off the green-car movement with its Prius hybrid more than 20 years ago, but the company is not nearly as bullish as rivals about the American consumer embracing EVs. Bob Carter, executive vice president of sales for Toyota Motor North America, said at a conference affiliated with this week’s New York auto show that batteries are still too expensive and place plug-in cars out of reach for many buyers.

  • Volkswagen Teramont X is our Atlas five-seater
    Autoblog8 days ago

    Volkswagen Teramont X is our Atlas five-seater

    In China, Mexico, the Middle East, and Russia our Volkswagen Atlas is known as the Teramont. Volkswagen used Auto Shanghai to introduce the Teramont X, a five-seater version that will cross the Pacific with near-identical looks. Previewed by the Atlas Cross Sport Concept at the New York Auto Show last year for U.S. audiences, VW's already confirmed the SUV's arrival and that it will begin production later in 2019 at the carmaker's Chattanooga, Tennessee, plant.

  • Former Volkswagen CEO Winterkorn charged with fraud by German prosecutors
    Reuters8 days ago

    Former Volkswagen CEO Winterkorn charged with fraud by German prosecutors

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - German prosecutors charged former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn with fraud on Monday over his role in the carmaker's manipulation of diesel emissions testing, more than three years after the scandal came to light. The German case comes nearly a year after the United States filed charges against Winterkorn, accusing him of conspiring to cover up the German carmaker's emissions cheating. The prosecutors office in the German city of Braunschweig said in a statement that Winterkorn and four other managers faced charges.

  • 2019 Audi Q3 pricing is out, goes on sale later this year
    Autoblog8 days ago

    2019 Audi Q3 pricing is out, goes on sale later this year

    The 2019 Audi Q3 is a big step in the right direction for Audi's subcompact crossover, and today we can tell you how much that step costs. When we drove the 2019 Q3 earlier this year in Italy, it felt lightyears ahead of the original Q3. The crossover is available in a couple different versions to start: Quattro and S Line Quattro.

  • CNBC8 days ago

    Volkswagen hints it could jump back into the steaming hot US pickup market

    Among an assortment of new cars, crossovers and concepts that will fill up the Volkswagen stand at this week's New York International Auto Show, plenty of attention will likely be focused on one dubbed the Tarok.

  • Volkswagen Plots Major China Push as Tensions Rise at Home
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    Volkswagen Plots Major China Push as Tensions Rise at Home

    A year into his tenure, Volkswagen AG Chief Executive Officer Herbert Diess is entering critical months as he seeks to expand the carmaker’s sprawling Chinese operations while containing labor friction that’s been rising at home. The Chinese market is leading a global shift toward electric vehicles and will take on a bigger role for the German automaker as both a production hub and a research center, Diess told reporters ahead of the China auto show in Shanghai. The company plans to deliver 22 million battery-electric vehicles by 2028, with more than half of them made in China.

  • Audi RS6 Avant has a good chance of being sold in America
    Autoblog8 days ago

    Audi RS6 Avant has a good chance of being sold in America

    Audi wagons were ripped from our hands a long while ago. There's technically still one among us, but it's the ruggedized and jacked-up Audi A4 Allroad. Audi Sport R&D chief Oliver Huffman alluded to the return of Audi Avants to the U.S. with the bonkers RS6 Avant.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    VW to take on Tesla X in China from 2021 with electric SUV

    Volkswagen plans to build a fully electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) for China from 2021, taking on the Chinese market leader Tesla's Model X as the German carmaker ramps up production of zero emissions vehicles. The planned new SUV is the latest move in Volkswagen's aggressive growth strategy in China, where electric cars are given preferential treatment by authorities. VW said its ID ROOMZZ, which it presented in Shanghai on Sunday, will have three rows of seats and an operating range of up to 450 kms.

  • Ex-Volkswagen CEO faces 10 years in prison on fraud charges
    MarketWatch9 days ago

    Ex-Volkswagen CEO faces 10 years in prison on fraud charges

    Martin Winterkorn was charged after officials revealed a multi-year effort to cheat on diesel emissions testing.