A clever campaign (referencing a 1960s ad for the Beetle) for the upcoming Volkswagen ID Buzz – a concept electric redux of the classic VW (Type 2) Microbus slated for production in 2022.
A mea culpa, of sorts, for that pesky 2015 diesel emissions scandal.
Weaselly? Charming? You be the judge.
Restoration house Memminger has been breathing new life into old VW Beetles since the mid 90s.
The Memminger Beetle Roadster 2.7 is more ground-up redesign than restoration – a 2.7l, air cooled, mid-engined, 210bhp, custom modification, limited to just 20 vehicles worldwide.
Behold: the Atlas Tanoak – Volkswagen’s upcoming bid for a slice of the highly lucrative US truck market.
A 276bhp, V6, four-door, short-bed pickup based on VW’s existing made-in-Chattanooga Atlas SUV subframe.
In case you were wondering.
A lovingly detailed 1,167 piece 1960s VW Beetle designed by LEGO and due for release next month.
All features are correct from the flat windshield tothe four-cylinder air-cooled engine and fuel tank.
A VW Beetle with its steering wheel, hubs, gearstick, panels, dash and entire bodywork covered with 50,000 individually applied oak tiles.
The fully roadworthy vehicle was shingled over the last two years by retired Bosnian Bug-fan Momir Bojic, 71.
Spotted in Athlone. Big fan of Jaime Gumm presumably.
Last year’s ad got 46 million views.
This could out squee it.
A canine chorus barks a familiar tune. Keep an eye out for our 2012 Game Day commercial—it will all make sense.
Thanks Fintan Gillespie
LEGO geek Marshall Matlock builds a VW T1 camper van in timelapse. Oddly satisfying bricky voyeurism.
Want? DIY version here.