Volkswagen will introduce this Alltrack Concept at the New York Auto Show next week, because apparently that's more fun than just coming out and saying "maybe we'll build a wagon version of the new Volkswagen Passat." Because that's what this is. A diesel-powered, Outback-flavored European Passat wagon.
Like the Subaru Outback and Audi Allroad, Volkswagen's Golf Country is a car-based soft-roader. However, unlike those other two, the Vee Dub never officially softened any roads in the U.S.. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe illegal alien '91 Country has a secret that could keep it from being off-road only, but is its…
Despite being touted as one of the best handing front-drivers around, Volkswagen's Corrado never found much favor here in the U.S.. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe G60 edition has been favorably restored, but is its price too much to handle?
VW has sent out an unbelievably upbeat press release for its four new up! design studies: the swiss up!, the winter up!, the x up!, and the cargo up!. Silly names, right?
Are you ready to dive into the deep end of VW wackiness? Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1999 VW Polo Wagon SDI will make you a god among VW Vortexans, but will its price also make you the lord of poverty?
One hundred years ago yesterday — December 14th, 1911 — Roald Admundsen and his team of Norwegian explorers became the first humans to reach the South Pole, pulled by sled dogs. But it wasn't until 1963 that the first production car landed on Antarctic shores, a mostly-stock VW Beetle known as "the Red Terror." This…
If the Internet is good for anything, aside from hate-filled comments and rage comics, it's good for bringing people together with cars they never though they'd see again. This feel-good story from the awesome Bring a Trailer may restore your faith in our ubiquitous "series of tubes." — Ed.
Been wondering what a Range Rover Evoque would look like if VW built it? Behold the Volkswagen Cross Coupe, which combines all the disadvantages of a sports coupe — poor vision, a tiny interior — with all the disadvantages of an SUV — inferior fuel economy, huge proportions — to create a vehicle that's less desirable…
In physics, quantum mechanics theory describes wave function and was first developed in 1925 by the German physicist, Werner Heisenberg. Coincidentally, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe VW Quantum wagon has Syncro mechanicals and can carry your surfboard to the waves on its handy roof rack. It's price however, may be…
The world got treated to some old-school car business back at the Frankfurt show when VW CEO Martin Winterkorn inspected the competition at the Hyundai stand. He was not pleased.
When the world's great auto makers leave you wanting, maybe it's time to go it alone with a kit car. And if your yearnings extend to gull wings and Asiatic dragons then perhaps it's time for this Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bradley GT II. You might however, hanker for it having a lower price.
It's got more chrome than Elvis had themed bedrooms, but it's nothing a little dirt couldn't fix. Underneath, the Beetle R is something we'd no doubt consider taking home for a little of the old paddle shift, know wot I mean?
It only seats one person, has a 30-hp motor, takes 11 seconds to get from 0-to-60 mph and has a range of 40 miles. Stop the presses. Ok, you've heard this one before, but VW's intent on making this concept car a transformative event, so here goes.
As one of the original, and most successful of invaders of the American auto market, the VW Beetle literally arrived here by the boatload. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Custom Chop Top Woodie Beetle looks to be ship shape, but will its price sink the deal?