Today Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced changes for the 2019 model year. Enthusiast models—from the iconic Beetle to the sporty GTI and powerful Golf R—receive special models and new options, while the Golf and Golf SportWagen front-wheel-drive models adopt the 1.4-liter engine from the 2019 Jetta, which debuted earlier this year.
Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced today that it will end production of the iconic Beetle in 2019. To celebrate the Beetle’s rich heritage, two special models will join the lineup for its last model year—Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL.
The Beetle has been one of the most popular open-top cars ever built since the type 15 Convertible debuted in 1949, with more than 500,000 examples being built between its release and the current car, which went on sale in 2012 as a 2013 model.
Volkswagen of America, Inc. (VWoA), in collaboration with Giuliana Rancic and The Pink Agenda, today announced the auction of the limited-edition 2017 Volkswagen #PinkBeetle.
The Golf Alltrack is undoubtedly the highlight of the changes made for the 2017 model year at Volkswagen.
Volkswagen of America Inc. announced today the pricing of the 2016 Beetle Convertible 1.8T Denim limited edition. Paying homage to the 1970s Jeans Bug, the vehicle offers fans a modern take on this classic model, with a starting Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of...