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Volkswagen unveils the People First Warranty, the new industry leader
The literal English translation of “Volkswagen” is “people’s car,” and over the past six decades Volkswagen vehicles have delivered billions of miles and smiles to the people who drive them. Today, VW wants to say thanks for those votes of confidence with one of its own – a pledge it calls the People First Warranty. Building on the success of the new Atlas and Tiguan’s guarantee, the People First Warranty will offer customers who buy a 2018 model-year VW (except e-Golf) a six year or 72,000 mread more
Artistic vision. Astonishing images.
Pete Eckert is a blind photographer. He was born sighted, but halfway through his life he went totally blind. He works with his other senses: sound, touch, and memory — to build images in his mind. He then uses long exposures and colored light to create unique effects that convey how he sees the world. See Eckert’s unique perspective of the Arteon in this video. The impressive results speak for themselves. Get more details on the Arteon.read more
Inside Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias’ dream VW collection
Everyone has an attachment to their first car, a certain nostalgia that makes them want to relive every memory from those years. For comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, success has allowed him to turn that passion for the VW Bus into something close to an obsession. Ten years ago, the comedian decided to go back in time and purchase a 1968 Volkswagen Transporter, his first car at age 17. The project of finding and refurbishing the Bus quickly turned Iglesias into a collector. Today, the comedread more
For one family, winning a Volkswagen Atlas was a dream come true
When Patti Shenk signed up her family for the Four Wheel Family Face-Off contest on Disney/ABC’s syndicated daytime talk show “Live with Kelly and Ryan” she didn’t even know what the prize might be. The New Jersey mother of four was just hoping for some quality time and a fun day off from the typical busy routine. But the day was nothing but routine. After besting three other families, the Shenks won a 2018 Volkswagen Atlas SEL Premium. So what do they think about their newest family memberead more
A look ahead: VW + SUVs
Who says all SUVs are the same? Dr. Hendrik Muth, Senior Vice President, Product Marketing and Strategy at Volkswagen, talks about how the 2018 Atlas and Tiguan have already become major players in his family’s and neighbor’s lives, and also gives a few insights into how VW is approaching its new SUV lineup.read more
Saying ‘GTI-do’ in a VW-themed wedding
Agnes and AJ Miragliotta run their own visual media company, Waxwing Media, in Dallas. Well before they met in 2015, both had grown into avid fans of the Volkswagen Golf GTI – with AJ owning a Mk5, and Agnes driving her customized Mk6 GTI she calls the “TurboTurtle.” That shared passion led to their meeting and their relationship, so when the duo took their vows last fall, they did so in a way that weaved their enthusiasm into the fabric of their lives. We asked Agnes to give us some insightread more
The Best Museums You’ve Never Heard Of
What do a one-man band, a former shoe factory, and a rocket-like 1981 Volkswagen Rabbit have in common? They’re all draws at these seven lesser-known, yet seriously brake-worthy, museums across the country. They all have a little something for everyone (young, old, and everyone in between).read more
America’s Best SUV Bumper-to-Bumper Transferable Warranty arrives on the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas & Tiguan
For most Americans, a car will be the second-largest purchase they make in their lifetimes, behind only a home. It’s a commitment not just of money, but time and resources. Published research shows the average new-car buyer holds onto his or her vehicle for six years – yet most bumper-to-bumper warranties don’t last nearly so long, leaving owners potentially exposed to repair bills for manufacturer defects or unease for the next owner when they choose to sell it. Today, Volkswagen took a stepread more