Putting your back out Another villain fails to make a getaway in a Volkswagen. In ‘Der Staatsanwalt’ (April 26, 2007).
Lakeside Classics || part one
A Queensland winter Sunday makes for a perfect afternoon trackside. My father is racing here in a couple of months, too, so this gave him a chance to scope out the circuit and the pit setup.
Lots of Escorts, Toranas, and Datsuns made me happy. I do love my tacky classics.
Queensland The old XY Falcon GT is cool, as is the new emergency one.
Last Edition With the impending demise of the Titou, then I believe the oldest Volkswagens still on sale are the original Bora (Volkswagen Clasico) in México and the Golf IV in Brazil.
Thirty years later Am I the only one who ﬁnds Volkswagen’s advertising touting stop–start as a point of difference a little strange? VW, after all, has had Formel E since the early 1980s, and some of those models had stop–start.
Everybody at Volkswagen hated that car. It had the wrong shape. At the time, a true Volkswagen was round. This thing was boxy with harsh corners. It had the wrong engine. A true Volkswagen was air-cooled, this one was cooled with—ughh—water. The engine was in the wrong spot. A true Volkswagen ha[d] the engine in the rear, this one had it up front. It was designed by the wrong people. A true Volkswagen was designed by Volkswagen engineers. This one was engineered by people from Audi, that strange little Bavarian company Volkswagen had acquired from Mercedes a few years before.