Volkswagen

  • Mad Max Volkswagen Bus

    by yura

    To promote its all-electric ID Buzz van, Volkswagen is reminding us of the original Bus (also known as the Transporter, Kombi, or Microbus) introduced in 1949. While the US ceased production in the late 1970s due to emissions and safety regulations, Brazil continued making it until 2014. Despite its production ending, the Volkswagen Bus remains beloved among enthusiasts, inspiring highly customized creations such as a Mad Max-themed version. The VW Bus’s versatile nature has embedded it in various facets of pop culture. If associated with a festival, it is undoubtedly linked to the original Woodstock of 1969. In modern times, …

  • In the modern automotive landscape, car tuning revolves around extravagant widebody kits and premium wheels. However, we reminisce about the 1980s era when enthusiasts transformed vehicles with new grilles and bumpers, often rendering them unrecognizable. This Mk2 Golf VR6, featuring the distinctive Kamei X1 front grill, epitomizes that era. Recently, we showcased a mint-colored E30 BMW M3 Taifun adorned with four square lights, deviating from its iconic appearance. The Kamei Golf mirrors this concept closely. During the 1980s, modifying family hatchbacks was a widespread practice in Europe, albeit often executed with questionable taste. Quirky chin spoilers, flashy flares, and bold …

  • VW Golf GTI Mk6 Widebody Kit

    by yura

    The upcoming 2023 SEMA Show (October 31 – November 3) is poised to unveil a plethora of remarkable Euro-inspired builds. Among these, a heavily customized VW Golf GTI Mk6 will take center stage, featuring the Alkoto Concepts widebody kit designed for the Volkswagen Golf GTI and Golf R Mk6, offering a striking aesthetic reminiscent of the GTI TCR touring car. Steven Nadaskai, the mastermind behind this widebody kit, is no newcomer to the prestigious Las Vegas event. Notably, he collaborated with Tyler Cordura to craft a distinctive purple Porsche Cayman fitted with a Karma widebody for the SEMA Battle of …

  • Golf is untypical for USA car. Or Rabbit, as this car is named here. Untypical, but Golf is loved in all the world. In 70th it was small and economic car with good european drive. Now such cars make us to fall in nostalgia. If we will compare this Mk1 with brand new Mk8 – new Golf is huge! New Golf is bigger than first Passat 🙂 Golf Mk1 is’t fast if we will again to compare it with new Mk8. New basic Golf is faster than top VW Golf GTI Mk1. But when you drive this granddad – you …