As much as we love hatchbacks, we know that they aren't really sales drivers for many car brands here in our market. That's why we've already come to accept the fact that there are just some hatchbacks that'll
And will the GTX badge soon replace the revered GTI suffix?
Volkswagen, like Audi, Mini, and Mercedes-Benz, is in a bit of an awkward pickle: It now builds an electric rival to its core model.Audi's own e-tron GT arguably competes with the RS6, the A7, and the A8. Mini
It has a ‘Race Package’ that, among other things, deletes the 250kph limiter
Welcome to the latest special edition Golf GTI, this time in honor of the model's 45th anniversary. Set to go on sale in the UK in April for less than £40,000 (under P2.72 million), it's mechanically identical to
It was called the CityStromer, and lasted for three generations
Volkswagen has been doing electric cars since the early '70s. Its first was a T2 Transporter with a whopping 850kg lead-acid battery pack, around 48-80km of range, and a 22hp motor for 0-50kph (its top speed was only 74kph)
In a shocking turn of events said to have alarmed the Queen of England and rocked the very globe on its axis, Volkswagen has decided to build a new Golf R. And here's the proof.Yes, after the Mk7 Golf R'
Don't get too excited. The new Golf GTI Clubsport is not the follow-up to 2016's Nürburgring front-wheel-drive record-holder, the Clubsport S. It's not a limited edition and precisely no effort has been made to
So we have a bit of a history lesson for you today, folks: In light of the recent National Name Your Car Day (yes, it's actually a thing), Volkswagen has shared the stories behind the names of some of its vehicles.
This is the heir to the throne. The next in the dynasty. No hot hatch has a greater heritage than this. A Volkswagen Golf GTI should be all things to all people: the quintessential do-it-all family car. So, no pressure
Yep, at heart the Mk8 Golf GTI is the same car as the Mk7. It rides on the Group's clever MQB platform and uses the same 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine as the car it replaces.Of course, changes have
The Volkswagen Golf's story starts with the Volkswagen Beetle, one of the most successful and iconic cars ever built. During its heyday in the '40s to the '60s, the company unsurprisingly produced several variants. However, it was facing a major dilemma:
The German carmaker is taking all the necessary precautions
We're all craving signs of normality right now-those little flickers of life going on as normal. Well, here's one: Volkswagen is going to make Golfs again.There's a cluster of sentences you wouldn't have expected to read
As sunshine follows rain, and 15 minutes of Instagram follows five minutes of hard work, if you give humans a road car, someone will eventually strip it down in order to race it around a track. And what you see above is
For those of us who’ve been itching to get back on the road
Itching to get back on the road already? We get it-the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak has deprived us of driving, one of the things we love most.While some gearheads get by and pass their free hours tinkering with their cars,
The tech-packed Mk8 model has been revealed alongside the GTD and GTE variants
Typical-you wait years for a new, fast Golf, then three come along all at once. Spoiler alert: none is revolutionary or the teensiest bit surprising, but we're glad they're back all the same. And you should be, too.Volkswagen
The entire project cost $140,000 and took 12,000 hours to complete
Restoring a car truly is a labor of love. It's not just cost but also the sheer amount of hours it takes just looking for parts. It requires lots of time, a good amount of dough, and, of course, a bucketload
Nope, it's not for Top Gear alumnus Clarkson that this monstrosity was created. It was the creation of fashion designer Jeremy Scott, who apparently has a propensity to affix wings that sweep back about as gracefully as Donald Trump's hair
Welcome to the new Golf GTI. Fine-welcome to a drawing of the new Golf GTI. And it'll have to do, because this is all we're getting until it's revealed proper at next month's Geneva International Motor Show,
When Volkswagen launched the eighth-generation Golf last year, it was clear that this iteration of the famous hatch is truly an all-new vehicle. Not because of its looks, no, but because of all the features the cabin had in store.