We are not sure if Volkswagen will become the global market leader in electric mobility by 2025 but one thing for sure is that the automaker is working hard to make it happen. It has been pretty aggressive in introducing new electric vehicles under its ID series.
The range-topping Volkswagen Golf R has just been topped… by itself. 20 years ago, Volkswagen introduced this hotter than GTi hot hatch, and this year, the German automaker celebrates its 20 years with a special model, the Volkswagen Golf R “20 Years”.
Never mind the fact that the automobile is an unknown concept in the galaxy far, far away because, in the real world, we think it may be a good idea to give cars the Kylo Ren and Stormtrooper look – by the way of paint jobs and wraps, of course. That was not the last …
After countless electric conversions for the classic VW buses, Volkswagen is finally making an electric people carrier real. While the Volkswagen ID. Buzz is not quite the iconic VW Bus, it does have the classic’s spirits and a hint of the Vanagon’s aesthetic.
The electric Volkswagen Up in Europe, known as e-up! E-up! is the predecessor to the ID line of electric vehicles. This little guy was so popular in recent years that it has caused delivery time to be bumped to as far as 16 months.
Volkswagen does not have an amphibious vehicle. I know, there was the Volkswagen Schwimmwagen (which literally means “swimming car”) but that was a military vehicle used in WWII which was not something to glorify. Anyhoo, besides the Swimming Car, there was another VW amphibious vehicle.
Volkswagen is no stranger to the SUV and its sub-segment SUV Coupe, and while it does have an electric SUV, it hasn’t had an all-electric SUV coupe yet. Well, that’s until now.
If you want a hot hatch that performs, then there is no doubt that the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R is the go-to ride. But at a price that is more than that of a Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback, it will kind of make you wonder about your life decisions.
Clearly, Playmobil understands that its toy vehicles are as much as kids’ toys as collectibles. The German toy maker has released two new special editions of Volkswagen Playmobil toy cars.
When we talk about the “potential” of a SUV, we are probably looking how many people it can carry and/or how much cargo space it had, or perhaps how it could be turned into a base camp. Volkswagen has a very different idea, though.