We think Volkswagen should seriously consider VW I.D. Buzz variants, like a Camper, a Deluxe, and a Syncro Doka pickup truck.
Want an opportunity to own a truly ghoulish piece of '90s history? Dr. Jack Kevorkian's decrepit Volkswagen Bus is for sale from a Detroit pawnshop for $40,000.
Designers have been working to perfect the design of the minivan almost since the invention of the car. Click here to see some of their strangest creations.
Fellow comedian Gabriel Iglesias stops by Jay Leno's Garage with his classic two-tone teal and white 1966 Volkswagen Samba bus to take Jay out for a hot dog.
In two separate incidents vandals in Arizona broke the windows on a 1969 Volkswagen bus, leaving its elderly owner with no transportation or way to make a living. So members of local car clubs donated money to get the van fixed.
Whether known as the Transporter, Kombi or simply the Bus, the Volkswagen Type 2 became almost as much of a style icon as the Beetle, but it just went out of production. However, a couple in England is keeping the design alive with its Dub Box camper. Mixing the classic, '60s Chris Bruce
A Brazilian politician tried to save it, unsuccessfully, so the final Last Edition Volkswagen Type 2 Kombi was produced on December 20, 2013 and now resides in a vintage museum at Volkswagen's Commercial Vehicles HQ in Hanover, Germany.
Brazil: the country of carnivals, indescribable beauty adjacent to abject poverty, Ayrton Senna and old Volkswagen models. Only they're not old – they're new, they're just based on old designs. The original Beetle continued production there long after it had been phased out el
Manufacture of the longest-produced model in the global automotive industry, the Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus, is finally coming to an end in Brazil after 56 years in production, which started in September 1957. The blue VW Kombi Last Edition you see here (click on the image above to enlarge) is one of 600 that will be produced before new safety regulations in the country
Volkswagen had a lot going on at this year's Paris Motor Show, including, it seems, dishing to Britain's What Car? about some product plans.
Arguably more than any other mainstream automaker, Volkswagen is serious about its heritage. So much so that it appointed Franz-Josef Paefgen – former chief executive of Audi, Bentley and Bugatti &nd
As a car-obsessed tot, your author used to snuggle up in his bed, pretending he was taking a long road trip in a Volkswagen camper van. The fantasy went so far as to include a small fan so there would be a constant rhythmic chatter similar to the air-cooled flat-four that helped build the Volkswagen name. While pure imagination capably transformed a twin bed into a Westfalia-tri