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Space-Age XL Sport Offers Secret Clue To VW Future

You might have seen us post stories a few weeks ago about Volkswagen’s XL Sport during the Paris Motor Show. It’s an aggressive, boldly-styled two-door roadster designed to make a visual statement, and it got the attention it was looking for. The most striking feature about this car, however, is not its looks but its […]

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T-Roc Concept Our Favorite New Crossover SUV

Bravo. In advance of the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland this week, Volkswagen decided to make their own news by pulling back the curtain on the T-Roc Concept, a small crossover SUV made to be a little greater than the Golf and a little lesser than the Tiguan. It’s a feisty “softroader”—how have we not […]

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Scirocco Sport Coupe Might Finally Come to U.S.

It’s a bold claim, but it’s been advanced lately that the Volkswagen Scirocco, which will be debuted at the Geneva Motor Show next month, will also head to the U.S. at some point, even though we lack official confirmation at this point. And yes, it is a tad dramatic way to refer to what is, […]

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Oldest VW Beetle Shows Masterful Design

Volkswagen is doing a cool partnership with America’s Car Museum this spring, and since we’re not in Tacoma, Washington to see the vintage VW’s ourselves, we thought that we would highlight a few of the coolest models here on our blog. First up is this all-black 1943 KdF-Wagen, also known as the earliest version of […]

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NAIAS 2014: Volkswagen Dune Beetle Concept

Volkswagen showed a Dune Beetle Concept today at the North American International Auto Show, which is interesting for two reasons: 1) concept cars are usually completely unlike any of a brand’s existing models, and 2) Volkswagen released a Dune Concept Beetle 13 years ago. However, while the iteration 13 years ago had a toyish look […]

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