Cars Tagged - Volkswagen
1972 Volkswagen SP28
The SP2 was the result of the Brazilian Volkswagen subsidiary filling the lack of sports cars available in the country by designing and building it’s own independently from Volkswagen.
1974 Volkswagen Golf3
The name is short for Golf-Strom, German for Gulf Stream; it was named for that oceanic current to reflect its international character.
1975 Volkswagen Scirocco3
Volkswagen began work on the car during the early 1970s as the replacement for the aging Karmann Ghia coupe.
1976 Volkswagen Golf GTI6
The first generation Volkswagen Golf GTI was introduced in March of 1975 and went on to release several special editions in various markets.
1981 Volkswagen Scirocco GT2
A heavily redesigned “Mark 2” variant of the Volkswagen Scirocco went on sale in 1981, although it remained on the A1 platform.
1983 Volkswagen Golf GTI Pirelli3
These special edition Volkswagen Golf GTI’s featured quad headlights, tinted glass, factory sunroof and Pirelli P 6Jx14 alloy wheels.
1988 Volkswagen Corrado G609
The Corrado G60 is named for the G-Lader with which it is equipped, a scroll supercharger whose interior resembles the letter “G”.
1989 Volkswagen Golf GTI6
The successful Golf GTI was continued with the Mk2 as a sporty 3- or 5-door hatchback.
1991 Volkswagen Golf GTI3
The third-generation Volkswagen Golf Mk3 was a car launched in Europe in November 1991.
1998 Volkswagen W12 Roadster Concept6
Introduced at the 1998 Geneva Motor Show, the W12 Roadster concept was the follow up to the Syncro concept from the previous year.
2002 Volkswagen Golf GTI 337 Edition3
A version of the GTI called the GTI 337 Edition, was officially introduced at the New York Auto Show.
2002 Volkswagen Golf R326
The Volkswagen Golf R32 produces a purposeful engine note which matches its high performance character.
2003 Volkswagen Concept-R2
Volkswagen presents a further facet of automobile fascination: The roadster prototype concept R.
2003 Volkswagen Golf GTI 25th Anniverary3
Distinctive styling will separate the two thousand, individually numbered Anniversary models from other Golfs.
2004 Volkswagen Golf GTI6
Stronger, better and more sought after than ever, the Volkswagen Golf GTI is back and breaking all records.
2005 Volkswagen Golf R326
When it went on sale in the UK in November 2005, the Volkswagen Golf R32 became the most powerful and fastest production Golf to date.
2005 Volkswagen Jetta R GT3
After the combined efforts of Volkswagen Design and HPA, it now sports fresh-as-tomorrow bodywork and a powerful drivetrain.
2005 Volkswagen Passat R GT2
The Volkswagen Passat R GT is a technical concept from HPA Motorsports featuring a 575 hp, 3.2L Twin Turbo V6 engine.
2006 Volkswagen IROC Concept3
The Iroc features sharp proportions, achieving a waist of flawless sports car theory.
2007 Volkswagen GTI W12 Concept6
Daring to create something unique, leaving conventions behind and awakening passion.
2008 Volkswagen CC12
The Passat CC is an elegant sedan and a dynamic coupé simultaneously.
2008 Volkswagen Passat R363
A 300 hp 3.6L six cylinder engine will power the Volkswagen Passat R36 – the most powerful Passat of all time.
2008 Volkswagen Scirocco9
High-class technologies merge with low costs of ownership, dynamic driving characteristics merge with a high level of comfort.
2008 Volkswagen Scirocco GT242
The Scirocco GT24 with the blue-white finish sits so low on its extended wheel wells that a hand will not fit between the wheel arch and the tyre.
2009 Volkswagen Concept BlueSport3
The car offers pure dynamics with a powerful 180 PS Clean Diesel engine that is combined with the characteristic Volkswagen philosophy of efficiency.
2009 Volkswagen Golf GTI13
Following on from the success the mk5 Golf GTI had in reviving the once beloved badge, Volkswagen has unveiled the mk6.
2009 Volkswagen Scirocco R6
A sports car without compromise and a race track that demands everything of the driver will be meeting together this weekend.
2010 Volkswagen Golf R9
Developed by Volkswagen Individual, the Golf R is equipped with a 2.0-litre TSI four-cylinder engine developing 270 PS and four-wheel drive.
2010 Volkswagen Polo GTI3
This GTI lives up to its legendary name: Superior handling properties unified with uncompromising engine dynamics and a maximum of safety.