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April 19, 2011 71 comments
America, rejoice. Starting 2012 the Golf R will be unleashed onto the streets of the USA. Inspired by the technology and temperament of motorsport, this phenomenal car features a redesigned front fascia and unique 18-inch alloy wheels at all four corners.
March 8, 2011 51 comments
The Volkswagen bus, like no other car, stands for the spirit of freedom. It debuted over 60 years ago in 1950 with a contagiously simple design. Its internal Volkswagen code name was T1 for Transporter 1. The Germans called it the Bulli, and to Americans it was the Microbus.
February 4, 2011 16 comments
In the first spot for The 21st Century VW Beetle, cutting-edge CGI creative goes entomological, creating a photo-real lush kingdom where the Black Beetle rules – out-running, out-navigating and out-performing everything in its path. The commercial airs this Sunday during Super Bowl XLV, but here’s a look at the events of the not-so-urban jungle turned VW Beetle playground. The performance-based spot...
December 9, 2010 143 comments
For most VW enthusiasts, we could have ended this article at the headline. For those of you who don’t know and those who want the details, continue reading. North American VW enthusiasts have been asking for it, and now they’re going to get it. The most powerful production Golf to date is on its way to the shores of America in the form of the Golf R. And with 50 more horsepower than the award winning 2.0L TSI®, this is the VW a lot of Dub loyalists have been waiting for. Here are a few juicy details to tide you over until its release.
December 3, 2010 4 comments
The newly redesigned 2012 Volkswagen Eos is cool. And not bottle service at a lame club cool, but cool like the guy who knows about the next place before everyone else. To celebrate its cool, Volkswagen unveiled the 2012 Eos with support from A-list celebrities, including Heidi Klum, Jessica Szohr, and Mark Salling. But the all new Eos isn’t cool just because celebs like it.
November 17, 2010 5 comments
HERNDON, Va., November 16, 2010 – For the first time, Volkswagen of America, Inc. will unveil its all-new 2012 Eos hardtop convertible, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, with market introduction in early spring of 2011.
November 15, 2010 8 comments
At Volkswagen, we know there is no single solution to the issue of fossil fuel consumption and fuel efficiency in modern automobiles. Which is why, after years of championing our TDI® clean diesel technology, we’re expanding our offerings to include other, promising alternatives to traditional gasoline.
September 29, 2010 34 comments
World premiere of the Volkswagen Concept BlueSport. Volkswagen is starting the new year by presenting an automotive dream: an affordable, uncommonly economical and highly agile mid-engine roadster.
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