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To move automobiles out of the realms of the rich and into the hands of the common man Germany launched the People’s Car project.


Browse by Volkswagen Model (11 in total)

VW Arteon

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VW CC

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VW Eos

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VW Golf

On the VW Golf towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

VW Jetta

On the VW Jetta towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

VW Passat

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VW Polo

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VW T-Roc

On the VW T-Roc towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

VW Tiguan

On the VW Tiguan towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

VW Touareg

On the VW Touareg towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

VW Transporter

On the VW Transporter towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

About Volkswagen

The idea was to make available to German citizens an automobile at the same price as a small motorcycle.

This was named the Volkswagen (or People’s Car in German) and was designed by the founder of Porsche.

At the end of the Second World War, both the Russians and Americans rushed to take the technology developed by the company.

The British Army was put in charge of the occupied Volkswagen factory and dismantled it to learn the secrets it held.

Unfortunately for the winning sides of the war, the model was not intact due to labor shortages and some work was needed in order to make the Volkswagen complete.

In 1948 the German people revamped the Volkswagen name and began to rebuild their car industry from the ground up using it.

It quickly became a powerhouse of activity and started buying up other European automakers including Audi, Skoda and SEAT.

VW went on to produce a wide variety of models that they then sell at various price points through their different brands in Europe, Asia and in smaller volumes North America.

In recent years the company has moved away from its flagship model the Golf and focused on crossover SUVs using its chassis such as the T-Roc.

  • Models: 11