A 300-horsepower station wagon? From Volkswagen? Believe it.
The Volkswagen Beetle was a car that came close to never seeing the light of day, but on its way from fascist project to hippie icon it became one of the pillars of the automotive world. XCAR goes back to the start of the story and finds out whether the new Beetle deserves its name.
Boasting a hatchback body, standard LED headlights and an electric drivetrain, VW's new e-Golf makes for practical and efficient transportation.
In an attempt to put people's heads in the moment, moviegoers get a text, just as the action on the screen unfolds. But is it all a setup?
VW reduces the size of the engine in the Passat to achieve better fuel economy, and gives the car a Fender audio system, one of the best in the segment.
The Beetle Turbo is now the basic Beetle, so the sportier version of the Beetle Turbo is dubbed the Beetle R-Line. Brian Cooley drives it and checks the tech.
Priceline decides to use Vine to mock the Super Bowl ads. And it's quite amusing.
The new XCAR long-termer continues to do its duty, but how does it stack up against its predecessors?
The new VW SportWagen on display at the New York auto show is based on the Golf and offers more room than the current Jetta SportWagen.
The XCAR crew have a new car to help them on their travels. Welcome to the "Rok".