To jump off their new smooth as butter online reservation setup, Volkswagen is dropping a primo edition of the new 2012 VDub. The limited run of 600, Black turbocharged Beetle 2.0L TSI. With a ticket of $24,950 US, it’s laced with Volkswagen’s DSG® dual-clutch automatic transmission and the acclaimed 2.0-liter, in-line four-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 200 horsepower and 207 lb-ft. of torque. [Read more...]
Not based on speed or power, but efficiency. The Formula XL1 is the next phase in the evolution of Volkswagen. [Read more...]
It took the long enough, but it looks like somebody at Wolfsburg finally got it right. This fall there’s a new bug on the block and its not a game. It’s lower to the ground, with a wider body that’s almost reminiscent of the VW Corrado. This will undoubtedly mark a rebirth of cool for Dubstars all over the planet. [Read more...]
How could this one have fallen thru the cracks?! At this point, one might begin to wonder if there is a secret, cloak-and-dagger,Â clandestined, tom-foolerish Illuminati plot to wipe the World Famous Clark’s of England Wallabee boot into extinction. Within the last week we’ve seen 3 different Clarks Weaver releases , all of which are slated to drop before years end. All of which were totally punking the wallabee. [Read more...]
Bug. Rabbit. Fox. Golf. Polo. Phaeton. Passat. Scirocco, and my former auto of choice, the Corrado. While the rest of the disillusioned masses are screaming Beamers, Benz and Rentleys, I’m going to flip it and feature Volkswagens. Farvegnugen or groovin, how ever you spell it. I’m an original Decatur Dub head. Quite is kept, when I was coming up, the DBoiz didn’t drive donks or hoopties. Those high school drop outs would roll up in VW Rabbits with $10k Oettinger wide body kits and deep dish AMG Mercedes rims. On a damn rabbit! But we’ll save that for later.
If you’re into muscle cars, Donks, Big Block Chevys, holler at The Dirty Doc, the purveyor of SnortThis.com. Not only does he feature those rides for days he’s also responsible for our first V-Dub feature. Good look meng.
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