You could make the case for the automotive scene in the 1990s being the last great analogue moment in mainstream car design. You could also make the case that oh man, teal is a totally rad color for a daily driver.
Yes, those are factory seats for a VW Golf. They're possibly the coolest, weirdest, wildest seats I've ever seen in a production car.
It's that time again where your friends at Jalopnik have another Tom vs. Tavarish car buying advice throw-down. You may remember our last bout regarding financing. This time my partner says that base cars are penalty boxes and you should spend the extra cash. But here are five cars that are perfectly fine without any…
There's officially a Volkswagen Golf for everyone. The standard Golf is a go-to choice in the compact hatchback market. Enthusiasts love the GTI, and diesel-drinking enthusiasts can't wait for the GTD to get here (seriously... hurry your asses up on that one VW).
If you're not already aware, VW is bringing an all-electric Golf to the U.S. this year.
Jalopnik hasn't mentioned it yet so I will. 40 years ago today the very first VW Golf rolled off the production line.
A high-level executive has resigned and Volkswagen is considering giving back its trophy now that vote-rigging has been discovered in a prestigious annual German car award. Finally there's proof that annual car awards are bullshit.
In our post-carpocalyptic and post-paper world, truly amazing auto show press reveals are a rarity. Rightfully so. Why spend tens of millions of dollars to unveil a car to a group of balding, morbidly-obese, and irrelevant auto "press" when it's already been seen online by an audience a thousand times larger and more…
Move aside, whippersnapper.
As we told you this morning, Volkswagen will be unveiling official details on the 2014 Golf later today. However, like always, the official images have popped out early like a drunk uncle at your surprise birthday party.
This shot of a tree falling within inches of a friend's Golf by Reddit user dralios shows just how lucky you can be, even if you're stuck driving a beater MkIII Golf.
Every new compact car from the Volkswagen Group will be based on what you see here — the Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) platform. That includes the seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf and the new Audi A3. Given the company's recent design trends this may be the best the new Mk7 Golf will ever look.
Once again, Dutch engineering has come to humanity's aid, showing how anyone can turn a VW Golf into a human hamster wheel.
Although the driving public now considers $3 gasoline to be normal, another "gas crisis" is inevitable. To help you avoid a knee-jerk beige-buying reaction, we've assembled this list of fun and fuel-frugal sports cars you can buy now.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, at a rally reigniting his campaign, when a Volkswagen Golf crashed loudly into a nearby bus shelter. Photographers rushed over to take pictures of the obvious metaphor.
ABT cannot stop themselves. If it comes out of VW's garage they'll absolutely tune it. Which is how we get this — the ABT Golf VI GTD; the diesel Golf for the whiny, privileged hipster kids.
The original Golf lived on in South Africa for 25 years, but production is ending this year. VeeDub fans covet Mk1s, so it's no surprise they were able to produce more than 500,000 of them for South Africa. [AutoTrader.ca]