It’s been 45 years since the very first Volkswagen Golf rolled off the production line in Wolfsburg. On 29 March 1974, VW’s plant officially started production of the successor to the Beetle. Since then, more than 35 million units have been sold around the world, with the eighth-generation model set to be unveiled towards the
Volkswagen will put the production of its legendary Beetle to an end later this year after more than seven decades on the assembly lines. The Beetle Final Edition SE which starts at $23,940 will be the final Beetle produced with an internal combustion engine. Also it's confirmed that the retro-inspired model won’t receive an electric
Seat el-Born scheduled for 2020 Seat el-Born is the new all-electric concept from the Volkswagen Group. It reminds of the Volkswagen I.D. and somehow its a kind of sporty/dynamic version of the German flagship. The Spanish car is named after one of the most iconic neighborhoods of Barcelona, where el-Born was designed and developed.
Design sketch reveals a close-to-production concept of the super cool crossover. Volkswagen has released the second episode of its teaser campaign T-Roc R after showing the potent crossover under camo while testing at the Nürburgring at the beginning of the month. The adjacent design sketch paints a more accurate picture of what to expect from
The order guides for the 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf in the U.S. indicate upcoming changes in prices and standard equipment. According to CarsDirect, the base price will go up by $1,400. Here are the details: (thanks Insideevs for share) Base SE trim: 2018 – $31,390 ($30,495 MSRP + $895 D&H) 2019 – $32,790 ($31,895 MSRP +
This could be the world's slowest drag ever. The Japanese boxy SUV puts its 1.3-liter four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Suzuki will go against the Beetle’s 1.6-liter flat-four cylinder motor and a four-speed manual. When new, both vehicles should have had approximately 60 horsepower (45 kilowatts) with the Samurai sending
Volkswagen is teasing its mostly new 2020 Passat Mostly new because - the new Passat is built upon the same platform as its outgoing model. That means engines and transmissions probably won’t deviate too far from the outgoing model, either. Under the hood of the 2020 model is 2.0-liter inline four. Volkswagen is still tight-lipped
The promised $35,000 Tesla Model 3 is still some months away from production. So the Volkswagen group reportedly readying a competitor that will come in well below that number. Reuters reports that the automaker is planning a model for its ID range of electric cars priced below 20,000 euros. Well, it is just under $23,000, citing a source
Volkswagen is finally unveiling the first-ever T-Cross small SUV The automaker is holding an official debut event and is livestreaming it so that everybody can watch the grand premiere of what could become one of the best-selling models of the brand. t’s going to be based on the Polo hatch and will virtually be a Polo on stilts.
Iconic cars can't fade out. Earlier this year, VW’s R&D chief Frank Welsch said the current Beetle would not have a successor, meaning that once this generation ends, there will be no Beetle in VW’s lineup. But Welsch didn't say was when the production of the second-generation Beetle would cease. VWVortex discovered the introduction of the Beetle Final