BRAMPTON, ONT. – When Bramgate Volkswagen first opened its doors in 1967, it boasted a one-car showroom and two service bays set up in a temporary building.
When its new facility, scheduled to open sometime in the fall of 2015, first opens its doors next year, things will definitely be different. Continue reading
Volkswagen Canada is pleased to announce a new and unique campaign to encourage pre-sales of the All-New 2015 Golf and Golf GTI.
Live from April 24 until June 24 on vw.ca/golf-countdown.ca and vw.ca/gticountdown.ca, in a reverse-auction style Countdown, discounts are being offered on the 2015 Golf and Golf GTI of as much as $1,000 per day. Visitors to the webpage are encouraged to watch the discount counter and, when the discount hits an amount they like, to lock it in to reserve their discount.
For more information or to lock in your discount today, visit:
By Noah Joseph, Autoblog.com
It used to be that if you wanted a Golf-based hot hatch, you only had to know three letters: GTI. But these days, Volkswagen seems intent on offering a much broader array. There’s the Golf R, the GTD and now this, the GTE. Set to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show (now less than two weeks away), the new Golf GTE joins as the fifth type of propulsion to be offered in the Golf line – alongside its gasoline, diesel, CNG and full electric counterparts. Continue reading
By Marc Carter, iMotor Times
In addition to bringing the 2015 Golf R to the Detroit Auto Show next week, Volkswagen is also going to bring the new Beetle Dune concept on the stage. The Beetle Dune concept draws its roots from the Baja Bug of the 1960s with its raised ride height and flared wheel arches.
The Beetle Dune concept looks like a crossover and a Beetle had a baby with its crossover-like appearance. Flared wheel arches, beefier bumpers and extra black moldings give the Beetle Dune concept what it needs for an offroad adventure. Inside the concept gets bright yellow accents and a grab handle has replaced the passenger side airbag. The Beetle Dune concept is powered by the same 2.0L turbocharged engine that currently powers the Beetle and the new GTI.
Volkswagen says that the Beetle Dune concept is merely a design study, but interestingly enough this is the second time that we’ve seen a Beetle Dune concept. Back in 2000 Volkswagen released a similar concept version of the Volkswagen Beetle, but it was never released. Could it be produced this time? According to some reports, it is possible.