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ID.4: About the Newest Volkswagen Electric Crossover

 

Volkswagen has revealed the ID.4, an innovative, sleekly designed electric crossover. With this new vehicle, Volkswagen aims to help electric vehicles become more mainstream by making the ID.4 affordable. Volkswagen has adapted an old slogan to incorporate its goal, "Where the Beetle brought mobility to the masses, the ID.4 brings e-mobility to the millions, not the millionaires."

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Previewing the 2021 Volkswagen Jetta GLI

Jetta GLI  

If you're in the market for a new vehicle for the 2021 model year, Orlando Volkswagen North would like to introduce you to the Jetta GLI. A practical sedan that has been around for several years, it's the perfect vehicle for commuting to and from work. It has plenty of cargo and passenger space, and the GLI is affordable when it comes to sticker price and fuel efficiency. There aren't any significant changes taking place this model year, but that's mostly thanks to the success the GLI…

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Volkswagen Turns 70 as a Brand In America

70 Years of Volkswagen

Back in 1949, a Dutch businessman by the name of Ben Pon arrived in New York with two vehicles. These vehicles would later become known as the Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle. This was a groundbreaking event because no auto manufacturer in America had marketed any kind of small or compact vehicle. The German automaker has gone on to sell over 17 million vehicles over the years. A few months ago, Volkswagen celebrated their 70th anniversary in America. A celebration took place at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.

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VW Golf: The Story of a Big Seller

VW Golf Vehicles

The Volkswagen Golf has been on the market since 1974. Through its 45 years of existence, it has remained one of the biggest sellers on the market. Its compact hatchback design is very sporty, fun and affordable. Changes have taken place as years have gone on, but not much has been needed to keep up with the competition. The current trims are the Golf GTI and Golf R, and the Sportwagen and Golf Alltrack featuring a wagon design.

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