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Following the devastating bush fires at the beginning of the year, Volkswagen is now donating one million Australian dollars (about 617,000 euros) to "Bush Heritage Australia" for bush fire and reforestation projects in Australia. The "One Million Trees Project" in the Eurardy Nature Reserve in Western Australia will receive 250,000 dollars and a project to restore 400 hectares in the Scottsdale Reserve in New South Wales will receive 750,000 dollars.
The explosion of Patina Volkswagens on social media has inspired those car fanatics, who realise that you don’t have to restore a car to end up with a good-looking ride. At last, you can stand out from the crowd, even on a tight budget. The look of the cars that result from patina builds is honest, unspoiled, and characterful; it has also inspired the media, movie stars and celebrities.
Australians continued to buy more Amarok V6s in June than any global market as Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles today flagged the introduction of a more powerful version of the best-selling V8 Highline variant.
Volkswagen's SUV range is completed in November with the arrival of the T-Roc 110TSI Style, the "sweet spot" of the brand's long-anticipated compact SUV range.
Volkswagen's halo vehicle - the Touareg V8 TDI R-Line - arrives in October as the headliner in a revised range of new Euro 6 diesel engines including more powerful and fuel efficient V6s.
The last model with a combustion engine left the assembly line today at the Zwickau car factory. The seventh generation Golf R Estate1 with 2.0-litre petrol engine in Oryx White Pearl Effect was produced for a customer in Germany. From today on, only electric models of Volkswagen and in future also of the sister brands Audi and Seat will be produced in Zwickau. The leap into the modern automobile age has been a long one: since 1904, cars with combustion engines have been built in Zwickau - initially for many years, including Horch models,
As Australians get back on the road again and explore their own backyard, some Aussie Volkswagen customers have gone one step further to ensure the ultimate road trip; snapping up all 30 limited edition variants of the 6.1 generation California Beach camper van, which went on sale exclusively online at 10am on Wednesday 24th June; selling out in just nine hours.
The Arteon is Volkswagen’s Gran Turismo—marrying the sleek design of a premium coupe to the space of a midsize sedan. For 2021, Volkswagen is introducing an extensive product line update to the brand halo, including sharpened design elements, interior refinements, and intelligent comfort systems. In Europe, Volkswagen is enhancing the product line with a second version—the new Arteon Shooting Brake—alongside new powertrain options including a plug-in hybrid drivetrain generating 160 kW (218 PS) and Arteon R versions with 235 kW (320 PS).
Only 450 special edition Golf R will come to Australia. The Shiny new Golf MK 8 arrives next year, so VW decided to celebrate with a trio of tasty colours: Victory Blue; Viper Green metallic (last seen in Scirocco R); and Violet Touch Pearlescent. The colours are applied by men in white coats, after they’re grabbed the cars the production line. It seems like a lot of trouble to go to, especially for a piddling $350. The usual Golf R colours,: Pure White; Lapiz Blue Metallic; and Deep Black Pearl Effect, are no cost options. For 350 bucks, I’d make sure I was one of the early buyers. There is nothing better than bragging rights at the pub.
Gregg Ammerman has loved vintage Volkswagens ever since he purchased his very first car, a watermelon green Super Beetle, in 1982. His passion for the brand has grown over time, and now the former Army mechanic shares his love for car restoration with his youngest son, Dalton Ammerman.