Volkswagen is rolling out a new fleet of vehicles to accommodate a growing population.
The company said it will soon offer four-wheel drive on all its models, which is a huge shift from the previous generation of vans, and will offer a range of different configurations.
The new VW buses are called the van, van-like, and vans.
The vans have more cargo capacity than the vans, but they also have a lower weight.
VW will start selling the vans in the first quarter of next year.
In addition to the vans and the vans with four-wheels, the company is also introducing two-wheel-drive vans with a range from 50 to 180 miles per gallon, the equivalent of a two-to-three-year vehicle.
Volkswagen said the vans have also been upgraded to be able to travel on roads with varying levels of surface snowfall, and can travel over rough terrain with no more than five inches of snow.
“Volkswagen is taking a long-overdue leap in mobility to deliver the mobility that people demand from their vehicles,” said Dietmar Scholz, president of VW Motor Company in the United States.
VW also announced the launch of a new fuel cell vehicle, the VW Passat, which will be available in early 2019.
VW has also launched its own electric bus, the Passat e-Golf, and announced it is working with Audi and General Motors to make electric buses available to the public.
All of these changes are expected to increase fuel efficiency and lower emissions, as well as reducing the need for fossil fuels.
The Volkswagen Group also said it has started to roll out a series of self-driving vehicles.
Volkswagen will start testing the self-drive vehicles in 2019 and begin rolling out the first fully autonomous vehicles in 2021.
Volksporters will start getting some of these self-driven vehicles in the second half of 2021.