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The 21st Century Beetle NY Reveal

The wait is finally over: the all-new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle has arrived. This exclusive footage, shot April 18 in the New York reveal, offers a first glimpse at an automotive and cultural icon, reinvented. Get ready to own the 21st Century Beetle at http://blogs.vw.com/beetle/#vwhsignup


 


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E-Bugster Concept
The E-Bugster concept car was revealed at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. The name "E-Bugster" is a combination of "E" for electric, "Bug," the American nickname for the Beetle, and "speedster," which typically describes an open-top two-seater.





Reveal of the all-new 2012 Jetta GLI
Volkswagen of America's CEO, Jonathan Browning, was on-hand at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show to unveil VW's newest addition to its performance lineup: the lighter, speedier and more accessible 2012 Jetta GLI. Available this summer, the GLI comes complete with VW's fun-to-drive 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, 18" alloy wheels, sunroof, dual zone climate control, heated V-Tex Leatherette seats and the Fender® Premium Audio System. For more information about the 2012 Jetta GLI, check out the Jetta Blog at http://blogs.vw.com/jetta/category/2012-jetta-gli/





2015 VW Andretti GRC Beetle Debut - Volkswagen GRC Los Angeles
2015 is going to be the "year of the Beetle" according to Tanner Foust. The 544-hp GRC Beetle made its on-track debut September 19th in sunny Los Angeles, California at the legendary Port of Los Angeles.. Follow along with #VWGRC and learn more about the new 2015 Volkswagen Beetle: http://www.vw.com/models/beetle/





Beetle Shark Cage: VW Beetle Convertible Turned Shark Cage Vehicle | Volkswagen Shark Week 2013
For the second year, Volkswagen is partnering with the Discovery Channel for Shark Week, which premieres August 4th. VW has transformed a Volkswagen Beetle Convertible into a fully functional vehicle and shark cage that marine biologist Luke Tipple is driving underwater amongst the sharks and marine life. Explore more at sharkweek.com/vw





Volkswagen GRC Beetle | 2015 Rallycross Trailer
The Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross team is about to make its mark with the GRC Beetle. The VW Beetle has long been an icon and provides the perfect platform for Rallycross. Boasting a TSI turbocharged engine with 544 horsepower, the GRC Beetle is one of the premier Rallycross cars on the planet. You won’t want to miss this. Follow along with #VWGRC.





2014 Volkswagen Jetta Compact Sedan | What Makes it So Special?
http://www.vw.com/en/models/jetta/gallery.html What makes the Volkswagen Jetta so special? A couple of things-- (1) Style (2) Autobahn proven (3) Premium spacious interior (4) Award winning turbo engine. And, it's the best-selling German car in America. Learn more about the 2014 Volkswagen Jetta Lineup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux3omTTYgzk.





Andrés Cantor "Play-by-Play," | All-new VW Golf GTI
In celebration of the all-new Volkswagen Golf GTI, Andrés Cantor calls the play-by-play as the car maneuvers through the streets.





Ready. Set. Golf. | Volkswagen Golf Table Commercial
The all-new Volkswagen Golf cargo space accommodates 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space with rear seats and cargo latch lowered, plus it’s an IIHS Top Safety Pick+. When it comes to cargo space in a hatchback, the all-new Volkswagen Golf is a big winner.





Volkswagen Jetta “There Comes a Time” Commercial
There comes a time in your life when you want more. Like a precisely crafted, German-engineered compact sedan. Introducing the new Volkswagen Jetta. It’s time for lots of new. Learn more.





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1961 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan: 8.670 @ 162.000
Dean, Engine: vw, Turbos: garrett


1950 Volkswagen Beetle Pro Turbo Bug: 8.876 @ 160.200
Leif, Engine: vw flat four 2400cc, Turbos: Single T66 Tires: M/T


1957 Volkswagen Beetle : 9.020 @ 0.000
Rich "Vdub" White, Engine: 2332, Turbos: cb intercooled Tires: 135's and 8 inch sli


1956 Volkswagen Beetle : 9.040 @ 150.830
Jerry Matsko, Engine: 2276 cc, Turbos: 1 big garret turbo Tires: M&H front runners and slicks


1970 Volkswagen Beetle 1300: 9.070 @ 155.710
Robert Jongen, Engine: Subaru EJ20, Turbos: GT4293 Tires: Hoosier 26x9.0x15


1965 Volkswagen Beetle : 9.513 @ 135.650
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1963 Volkswagen Beetle : 10.000 @ 139.000
Lance Gregory, Engine: 2295cc, Turbos: T4


1956 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan Garrett GT3076R Turbo: 10.410 @ 131.000
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1965 Volkswagen Beetle : 10.870 @ 121.566
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1964 Volkswagen Beetle 1: 10.920 @ 128.000
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1969 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.200 @ 102.000
Chris white, Engine: 3256cc stroker, Supercharger: none Turbos: none Tires: 215/60/17


1970 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.500 @ 117.890
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1967 Volkswagen Beetle type1: 11.560 @ 109.000
Glynn, Engine: 2165cc, Turbos: switzer s1 Tires: pheinix


1951 Volkswagen Beetle Split Window Standard: 11.599 @ 113.920
Michi Graf, Engine: Wankel 13 B N/A, Supercharger: no Turbos: no Tires: M+ H 26/6-15


1965 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.600 @ 112.240
Mark Herbert, Engine: VW 2332cc, 140ci, Tires: 145/15 klebers and 8


1956 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.760 @ 111.990
Jerry Spearn, Engine: 2387cc, Supercharger: no Turbos: no Tires: firestone 26 x 6 slicks


1961 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.800 @ 112.800
James Lutz, Engine: Horizontal air coole, Tires: Firestone Slicks


1970 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.880 @ 108.970
Tim Shockency, Engine: 2332cc,


1966 Volkswagen Beetle type 1 bug: 11.960 @ 107.000
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1956 Volkswagen Beetle : 12.180 @ 114.450
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