Volkswagen has been trying to prove it can get its cars more fuel-efficient and safer since the introduction of the first diesel models in the early 2000s.
But there’s another company with a solution that could make all of that even more achievable.
The Japanese automaker’s trucks are getting better at being able to carry more cargo and they’re even getting better when it comes to safety.
The German company has been working to improve safety on its trucks by testing them on an autonomous vehicle.
That means it has to work with the automakers to make sure they meet certain safety standards before they can be used in production.
So far, it’s been pretty successful.
Volkswagen’s fleet has been able to go up to 65 miles per hour in autonomous mode.
Its vehicles have been hit by collisions at a rate of 0.02 percent of the total fleet, and Volkswagen has also reported an overall safety rate of less than 1 percent.
It’s still early days for the company’s self-driving truck program, but Volkswagen’s new trucks are more fuel efficient and safer than the cars they replace.
The average vehicle in its fleet now gets about 37 miles per gallon, compared to an average of about 24 miles per year for its predecessor models.
It’s still not as efficient as the average car, but the trucks are actually more fuel intensive.
When you compare the average gas mileage for an average Volkswagen model to the fuel economy of a Tesla Model S, for example, you can see that the Model S is better than the average vehicle.
VW’s new Trucks have a range of about 890 miles, and they can go up as high as 678 miles on average, the company said.
That’s an improvement over its predecessor’s vehicles, but it’s still a lot less than the range of a Nissan Leaf.
In fact, the Nissan Leaf can reach 80 miles per charge in autonomous driving mode, whereas the Volkswagen truck can only do about 60.