2019 - The year of "New Volkswagen"!
You can experience the new brand identity exclusively at the Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA). Because it's time to make the new Volkswagen brand something to experience for everyone.
Wherever you are: you can follow the live presentation of the new brand. For the first time, Volkswagen will be on location at a Motor Show with its NewsDesk. At the IAA kick-off, we will be reporting daily from our booth, across all the press days (September 9-11).
The Volkswagen Communications’ team is especially looking forward to your visit in Frankfurt. At our NewsDesk, you not only get all the information you need from the world of Volkswagen, we also provide interviews, workplaces and a wide range of images - and even a TV editing station/suite. In short: At the Volkswagen IAA NewsDesk, journalists will find what they require.
With our webcast "Volkswagen live" you can follow the Group Night (September 9), the Volkswagen Press Conference (September 10) and exclusive talks with Board members and top stars. "Volkswagen live" offers five live broadcasts and extensive additional material from the IAA. And this is not just for looking at it: As a special service, we offer a download with three camera positions - so that you can download the best perspective for your medium.
Volkswagen live – IAA 2019 all broadcast in overview
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