Volkswagen’s new SUV, the T-Cross

Volkswagen’s new SUV, the T-Cross

The T-Cross, which will join the Tiguan, Tiguan Allspace and Touareg in the model range in South Africa, is a practical, cool and versatile addition to Volkswagen’s fast-growing SUV range. It is sophisticated, diverse and, like all members of the brand’s SUV family, has an eye-catching appearance. It has a carefully balanced combination of casual...

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Volkswagen introduces a special edition Amarok

Volkswagen introduces a special edition Amarok

With over 30 000 Amaroks sold in South Africa since launch in 2010, Volkswagen has added a special edition Amarok, the Dark Label. From the outside the special edition Amarok Dark Label distinguishes itself from the rest of the Amarok range through the locally-sourced MAXE matte black styling bar with ’Amarok‘ lettering, door handles and exterior...

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The new Volkswagen Touareg

The new Volkswagen Touareg

The new flagship takes a top position in the premium class SUV segment with its expressive design, its innovative operating, convenience and safety systems, as well as the high quality of its materials and craftsmanship.  Worldwide sales of the previous two generations amount to nearly one million units. The Touareg, as comfortable as it is...

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Volkswagen previews T-Cross compact SUV design

Volkswagen previews T-Cross compact SUV design

Based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB) platform, the 4,107-mm-long Volkswagen T-Cross joins the family of four SUV models for the European market (T-Roc, Tiguan, Tiguan Allspace and Touareg) and will also available in China and South America.   The design was anticipated by the T-Cross Breeze Concept presented at the 2016 Geneva Show and...

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Golf celebrates 40 years in SA

Golf celebrates 40 years in SA

The Volkswagen Golf Mk1 was launched in Europe in 1974 as a successor to the iconic Beetle. Four years later, the front-wheel-drive hatch back, arrived in South Africa. In 2018, the Golf celebrates 40 years in South Africa. Design work on the Golf began in 1971, with production starting in Germany in March 1974 and...

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