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Volkswagen Cars you would like to get

Today i gonna talk about some cars from Volkswagen i would like to have

Classic Santana

Classic Santana speedway-guide
Classic Santana speedway-guide

Santana dates back to 1973. After the production of the first generation of Passat B1 of the West German Volkswagen Company, the problems in the use of the users were placed in front of the designers and engineers in the SANTANA sedan, which was the German Volkswagen Company in California. The brand cars produced in the state have been in production since 1985. After more than 20 years of production history, ordinary Santana cars (Santana 87) are scattered throughout the country.

 

Passat B5

Passat B5 speedway-guide
Passat B5 speedway-guide

 

The Passat B5 is the fifth generation of the Volkswagen Passat brand sedan. In 2000, the Passat B5 produced by Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd. was officially launched in the Chinese market. The Passat, which is listed in China, is based on the Volkswagen Passat sedan of Germany. According to Chinese regulations, road conditions and aesthetic preferences and usage requirements of Chinese users. The newly developed, the prototype B5 lengthened 100mm, the large body shape makes Passat more suitable for the domestic commercial vehicle market. Become a high-end product in the midsize sedan. Shanghai Volkswagen also made great improvements to the Passat B5 and took an alias: Ling Shu. Also dubbed as: Passat B5.5.

 

Phaeton

Phaeton speedway-guide
Phaeton speedway-guide

 

Volkswagen Phaeton is the top luxury sedan produced by Volkswagen. It was officially launched in 2002. The combination of classic craftsmanship and modern cutting-edge technology, unparalleled safety, impressive detailing, and understated design are not only the essence of the car, but also set a new benchmark for luxury cars. Competitors: Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7 Series, Audi A8.

 

Volkswagen W12

Volkswagen W12 speedway-guide
Volkswagen W12 speedway-guide

 

The shape of the W12 is under the responsibility of the Italian design company Italdesign, and Giorgio Rodriguez is involved in the design of the car. W12 is also one of the last works of Giugento Giugia before retirement. Since Giugiaro is not directly controlled by Volkswagen Barcelona and the California Design Center, his W12 does not need to maintain the familiality of the popular style. The W12 is 1920 mm wide, 1100 mm high and 2,630 mm wheelbase. The body is long and flat, and the door is designed like a Lamborghini European wing. The W12’s hood and the canopy are almost at the same angle of inclination, which is a distinctive Lamborghini style. The W12 has a hidden small tail at the rear of the car. It only actively rises when the speed is above 120 km/h, providing more downforce. The W12 is equipped with a 19-inch magnesium rim with a front tire model of 255/35 ZR and a rear tire model of 275/40 ZR.

 

Volkswagen T1

Volkswagen T1 speedway-guide
Volkswagen T1 speedway-guide

 

On March 8th, 1950, Volkswagen T1 was officially produced in line with the Beetle at the West Germany Wolfsburg Plant; on the same day, the first Panelvan cargo version of the Volkswagen T1 was handed over to customers. Six years later, on March 8, 1956, the newly built Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle Factory in Hanover, West Germany, was officially opened. The former Wolfsburg factory stopped producing Volkswagen vans.

The appearance of the Volkswagen T1 is particularly obvious. The round body line and the V-shaped raised area on the front face, the huge VW logo, the headlights and the two front windshields that can be opened and closed independently reveal an extraordinary personality. . In the early design, Volkswagen T1 considered the use of a single-curve front windshield, which had to be abandoned due to the manufacturing cost at that time. Similarly, the front window was abandoned due to cost problems and changed to push-pull. At the same time, it has a certain impact on the air circulation inside the car. The plastic parts of the car are also due to the compromise of cost. In that era, the cost of metal processing was much lower than that of plastic, even the instrument panel was Metal stamped and joined to the body.

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