Remember the super cool mobile charging robot concept pitched by Volkswagen from late last year? Well, it appears that it has moved out of concept stage to become a prototype.
Need a stand-out ride and money is not an object? Well then, how about getting yourself a Jet Powered Volkswagen Beetle? Yes. You heard that right. A jet powered VW Beetle.
There is something about old Volkswagen automobiles that gave it the Woodstock vibes, or the extra fairly tale kind of vintage flair. Here’s another one that is kind of both. It’s a 1990 Volkswagen Beetle covered with over two million glass beads, called “Vochol”.
Hot hatch and VW Golf enthusiasts may want to hold out on buying the 2021 VW Golf GTI or the Golf GTI Clubsport because, the most powerful production Golf of all time has been revealed.
To be honest, we know nothing about this stunning custom ride, a 1961 Volkswagen Beetle Roadster. It’s a true roadster. Not just any classic VW Beetle with the top chopped. It is a low-riding, low-profile roadster through-and-through.
The new eight-generation Golf, aka Golf Mk8, is now joined by an even more powerful variant, the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport. The German automaker has just show off a near-production prototype 296 horses (221 kW) Clubsport that is blessed with innovative Vehicle Dynamics Manager for “outstanding drive performance.”
Just as Volkswagen is just making its first deliveries of the ID.3 1st Edition electric vehicle, the German car maker has premiered another electric vehicle: the ID.4, a fully electrically driven SUV that the VW dub marque said goes beyond zero emissions; it is produced with so-called “a carbon-neutral balance.”
Started in 2018, the 500 kW Volkswagen ID.R is a fully electric race car that has sported grey, blue and red colors while setting five records on three continents. Come this October at Goodwood SpeedWeek, the Volkswagen ID.R electric race car will meet the world with a new blue-silver livery.
While Volkswagen Golf is a nice car, the cargo space does leave much to desire. However, you do not need to sacrifice your love for this VW’s pocket rocket because of cargo space; you can also look to the new Volkswagen Golf Variant and Golf Alltrack.
Here’s ride that is sure to put smiles on petrol heads’ faces. Aptly named “Huge Bug”, it is a custom upsized 1959 Volkswagen Beetle convertible. Well, it is not actually from 1959, but it was based on a 1959 Beetle convertible.