Wolkswagen Bora

  Known as the Bora in Europe and Latin America, the fourth generation Jetta debuted in late 1998 after its larger sibling, the Passat, with which it shared many styling cues. The rounded shape and arched roofline serve as the new Volkswagen styling trademark, abandoning traditional sharp creases for curved corners. The A4 came in four different trim levels (GL, … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen GX3

  The Volkswagen GX3 was a concept car created by project Moonraker, which was initiated by Stefan Liske, former director of group product strategy at Volkswagen. The GX3 was first shown at the 2006 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show. It was considered a very unusual concept since it was three-wheeled and sometimes considered more of a motorcycle concept than a … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen Phaeton Lounge

  The Volkswagen Phaeton Lounge was revealed at the 2005 Dubai Motor show, and designed by Volkswagen Individual, this stretch limousine has turned heads. Especially in the luxury driven market of Dubai. Leave it to Volkswagen to be the first to come up with something as fresh and innovative as a 4 wheel drive limousine. Known for their superior German … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen EcoRacer

  The Volkswagen EcoRacer is a Volkswagen concept car first shown to the public at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. It was designed by Cesar Muntada, a Barcelona-born designer, who previously worked in the Design Center of PSA Peugeot and of Honda. Muntada is also the acclaimed author of the successful project “Showdown”, a Harley-Davidson based concept-bike alloted to be … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen Polo Cross my 2010

  German SUVs/crossovers galore! So many coming, you’d think a cross-dressing competition was going on! Volkswagen’s turn at the small SUV segment was thought to have ended with Tiguan. However from 2010 we may have to think again as the company plans its attack on the upcoming BMW X1/ MINI/ Corsa SUV brigade through the Polo SUV. This ain’t the … Continua a leggere

New Volkswagen Golf R – The Fastest-Accelerating Volkswagen Yet

The most powerful and fastest-accelerating Golf ever produced – the Golf R – has been unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show.  Developed by Volkswagen Individual, the special projects wing of Volkswagen, and following on from the Mk IV and Mk V Golf R32 models, the Golf R is equipped with a 2.0-litre TSI four-cylinder engine developing 270 PS and four-wheel … Continua a leggere

New Volkswagen Polo 3-door

The new three-door Volkswagen Polo Mk V has been officially revealed ahead of the world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The German automaker says that the more pronounced kink in the rear opening gives the 3-door perfect a more aggressive stance than the five-door type making the new component of the Polo family show lower and wider than it … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen E-Up! – electric city car project

As Volkswagen’s Up! city car project inches ever closer to production, the company has debuted several concepts with various powerplants and has promised a range of gasoline and diesel engines for the production car. Now, the company is taking things a step further with the E-Up! powered by batteries and an electric motor. The E-Up!’s integral drive unit consists of … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen Scirocco Third generation (2008–present) – Scirocco R

Third generation (2008–present)   VW officially announced in June 2006 production of a new Scirocco model at the AutoEuropa assembly plant in Palmela, Portugal. A concept car previewing the 2008 Scirocco was shown at the 2006 Paris Auto Show, called the Iroc (from the middle four letters of “Scirocco”). The 2008 Scirocco has the option of two petrol engines and … Continua a leggere

Volkswagen Scirocco Second generation (1982–1992)

Second generation (1982–1992) A heavily re-designed “Mark II” variant went on sale in 1982, although it remained on the A1 platform. One unique feature of the Mark II was the location of the rear spoiler midway up the glass on the rear hatch. A mid-cycle update occurred in 1984, which included minor changes over the 1982 model: removal of the … Continua a leggere