Earlier this month the Consumer Electronic Show was held in a small, quiet, stretch of the Nevada desert called… who am I kidding? What better place is there for the latest in technology than Las Vegas.
The Volkswagen Beetle Dune has made its debut at this year’s LA Motor Show and looks set to hit the showrooms early next year. The Beetle is a lifestyle crossover design and will be available as either a coupe or convertible depending on your preference.
Volkswagen’s infamous strapline; Das WeltAuto is there to give you the utmost piece of mind when purchasing a used Volkswagen so that you feel as loved as if you were buying a brand new vehicle. There are eight main points which the package covers and we’re confident they’ll leave you feeling fully assured in your purchase.
2015 is set to be a busy year for Volkswagen, with no fewer than five new models due to be released over the course of the year. All taking place during the first half of the year, here are the releases that we are expecting from the German car manufacturer…
After a raft of rumours had circulated, VW confirmed that they are about to offer motorists a terrific big-boot version of the hugely popular Golf R Hatchback. This estate was due to publicly debut at the recent Los Angeles Motor Show, and this follows on from the introduction of the VW Golf R itself in Frankfurt last year.
Ever since the original and iconic Mk 1 GTI, the Volkswagen Golf has become a brand in its own right with the reputation of delivering leading-edge engineering, performance and build quality in a mid-sized hatchback package. That brand value seems set to be consolidated even further in the next generation Golf Mk 8 now taking final shape behind high walls at Wolfsburg.
Volkswagen named top manufacturer at Car Dealer Used Car Awards
The Golf R has been awarded Hot Hatch of the Year 2014 in Top Gear magazine’s awards issue and voted the best of ‘Britain’s Top 50 Cars’ in last week’s issue of Autocar magazine (26 November).
If you live in the UK, have a spare £100,000 and were hoping to spend in on the Volkswagen XL1, then you’re out of luck. The German car manufacturer released just 30 of these incredibly futuristic-looking eco-supercars to the UK market – and they have now all sold out, thanks to both businesses and individuals who snapped these new models up.