Created by industrial designer Jisoo Kim, the futuristic Volkswagen Aero-B is all-electric, and instead of a traditional front grille it utilizes brake cooling ducts, located next to the glowing VW logo and LED headlights. Inside the cabin, there are no driver controls, but rather two front seats that face backwards and look towards the front-facing rear seats. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Revealed at the 2017 Caravan Salon Dusseldorf event, Volkswagen's California XXL Concept is the ultimate camper van, thanks to a fixed panoramic roof, an extended rear section that forms a giant bed, an alcove for the children, all-wheel drive for year-round use, pneumatic suspension, and lots more. A "Super High Roof" allows for standing height of up to 2,2m, and between the front and rear bumpers, the VW California XXL is 5,986mm long. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
You saw it debut at the Detroit Motor Show earlier this year, but Volkswagen has announced that its I.D. Buzz Electric Microbus will be slated for production for a 2022 model year release in the US. It will feature level 3 autonomous driving technology - means the driver is still present and will intervene if necessary, but is not required to monitor the situation in the same way it does for the previous levels - a fully electric engine, and be able to travel 270 miles on a full charge. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Slovenia-based Gorenje takes things back, way back, with their retro-styled Volkswagen refrigerator. Despite looking like it was made from a scrapyard vehicle, it's as modern as fridges get, complete with IonAire technology and DynamiCooling to ensure that all of your food stays fresh. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Rob Heran, a professional mountain biker, transformed his Adventure VW Syncro Van into a mobile home on wheels. He first purchased this 4WD military vehicle a decade ago for a mere $6,000, and used it normally for around for 6-years. Fast forward to 2017, and the van has been rebuilt from the ground up into the adventure mobile you see today. Featuring a modern 120-horsepower TDI engine, an all new roof, side panels, instrument panels, and Recaro seats. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
This may look like a mini Volkswagen Minibus at first, but it's actually the Happier Camper HC1. This modular camper boasts a durable fiberglass shell, spacious rear hatch, side entry door, three large panoramic windows, and a 100W solar panel. Inside, you'll find a a premium BOSE sound system, USB / AC power outlets, a tablet docking station, heated shower, and seating / resting areas. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Auto enthusiast Perry Watkins managed to pick up a 1958 Volkswagen truck from Oklahoma and spent $64,555 over five years transforming it into a jet-powered drag strip monster, called the "Oklahoma Willy". It now comes equipped with a 5,000 brake horse-power fighter jet engine, that enables it to hit a top speed of 300mph. As crazy as it may look, this vehicle is fully street-legal in the UK, as the standard engine has not been removed. "It was extremely nerve racking the first time I drove the car under jet power. I had no idea how the car would react, it is after all 60 years old and as aerodynamic as a brick. The car could have spun out of control, flipped or even taken off as the 5,000 lbs of thrust was applied. As it happens the car handled perfectly and the sensation of the jet propulsion I can only describe as feeling like I was strapped into a giant firework," said Watkins. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Linus Tech Tips unboxing a $50,000 RED Weapon camera.
There's the Tesla Model X, and then Volkswagen's I.D. Crozz a self-driving electric SUV. It's powered by a pair of electric motors - a 101-horsepoer motor powers the front axle, while the second 201-horsepower motor sends power to the rear. Both motors work in conjunction with an 83 kWh battery to enable it to go from 0-62 mph in under 6 seconds and achieve a range of up to 311 miles when fully charged. Plug the vehicle into a 150 kW DC electrical charging system., and you'll have up to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Forget autopilot, the VW Sedric is a self-driving pod car with absolutely no pedals, a steering wheel, or even a cockpit for that matter. It's designed for the fifth level of autonomous driving, which requires no human input at all. At the push of a button, the vehicle transports its passengers to their desired location using the most efficient route(s). Inside, there's a large OLED display, complete with augmented reality technology. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Concept is basically an all-wheel drive Microbus of the future, complete with a large 111 kWh battery that is complemented with one electric motor at the front axle and one at the rear to deliver a combined output of 369 hp. It can accelerate from 0-60 mph (96 km/h) in 5-seconds and can travel up to 270 miles on a predicted U.S. driving cycle. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view a few bonus images of the I.D. Buzz.