VW Spy Shots
Volkswagen is the original brand within the Volkswagen Group that also contains Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Seat, Skoda, Ducati and Scania. The brand traces its roots back to Ferdindand Porsche, founder of Porsche, who developed the original Volkswagen Beetle for the German government. The Beetle entered the US market in 1949 and today the Volkswagen brand produces a full line of vehicles including many diesel-powered models.
- Golf R
- Jetta Hybrid
- Jetta TDI
- Touareg Hybrid
Auto Motor und Sport is postulating that the resurrected VW Scirocco will be here by 2008 and cost approximately 22,000 Euro, or around $28,000 US. At that price the Scirroco's main competition in Europe will be the beautiful Alfa Brera. The near future will be bring both these cars to the U.S., as well. The Scirocco's price also reveals that it will slot ...
The VW GX3 was the runaway hit of the rather staid L.A. Auto Show this past January. Volkswagen hinted at the possibly of producing the three-wheeler but, c’mon, we weren’t taking them seriously.It turns out there’s been enough positive reaction from the press and public to justify the existence of this road-going test mule caught doing ...
KGP Photography caught these shots of what looks to be a surprisingly muscular 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan, likely souped-up to compete with a full slate of new Asian minivans. The lines appear reminiscent of the marque's own Magnum and Durango, losing the overtly-rounded aesthetic that has long been its trademark. With the ...
Volkswagen's slow-selling but well-regarded Touareg is getting a nip/tuck for 2007. The German sport utility, caught here cold-weather testing in Northern Scandinavia, has been on the market since 2004, and this is its first redesign. If the mule seen here is any indication, the awkwardly-named SUV will receive a revamped nose featuring ...
Here are some spy shots of what is most likely the oft caught Volkswagen CrossGolf/Bedouin mini-ute. Our friends from the GermanCarBlog somehow pair this mule with the Concept A ute that debuted in Geneva. In retrospect, the Concept A seems more like an exercise in design rather than a precursor to a production vehicle. The vehicle we see in this shot ...