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Volkswagen
Industry Automotive
Founded 28 May 1937
Founder(s) Ferdinand Porsche
Headquarters Wolfsburg, Germany
Area served Worldwide
Key people Martin Winterkorn:
Chairman of the Board of Management,
Ferdinand Piëch: Chairman of Volkswagen Supervisory Board
Products Cars
Production output 11px4,591,851 units (2010)
Revenue 11px€80.251 billion (2010)
(US$119 billion USD)
Employees 368,500 (2009)
Parent Volkswagen Group
Website www.volkswagen.com

Volkswagen (abbreviated VW) is a German automobile manufacturer and the original and biggest-selling marque of the Volkswagen Group, which now also owns the Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, SEAT, 49.9% of Porsche, and Škoda marques and the truck manufacturer Scania.[1]

Volkswagen means "people's car" in German, in which it is pronounced. Its current tagline or slogan is Das Auto (The Car).

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Volkswagen Beetle

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Current model range

Beetle 75px Compact
  • Hatchback
Up! 75px City car
  • Hatchback
Polo 75px Supermini
  • Hatchback
  • Saloon/Sedan
  • Coupé
  • Estate/Wagon
Golf 75px Small family car
  • Hatchback
  • Estate/Wagon
  • Cabriolet/Convertible
Golf Plus 75px Compact MPV
  • MPV
Jetta 75px Small family car
  • Saloon/Sedan
Passat 75px Large family car
  • Saloon/Sedan
  • Estate/Wagon
Passat CC 75px Large family car
  • Comfort Coupé
Scirocco 75px Compact sports car
  • Coupé
Tiguan 75px Compact crossover SUV
  • SUV
Eos 75px Compact sports car
  • Convertible
Touran 75px Compact MPV
  • MPV
Sharan 75px Compact MPV
  • MPV
Touareg 75px Mid-size luxury crossover SUV
  • SUV
Phaeton 75px Full-size executive car
  • Saloon/Sedan

GTI models

Polo GTI Supermini
  • Hatchback
Golf GTI Small family car
  • Hatchback

R models

Golf R Sports car
  • Hatchback
Scirocco R Sports car
  • Coupé

Discontinued models

Beetle 1938–2003
Kübelwagen 1940–1945
Schwimmwagen 1942–1944
Karmann Ghia 1955–1974
1500/1600 1961–1973
181 1969–1983
Country Buggy 1967–1969
411 1968–1972
412 1972–1974
K70 1970–1974
Derby 1977–1981
Corrado 1988–1995
Lupo 1998–2004
New Beetle 1998-2010
Fox 2004–2011

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