The 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show has a bit of everything. But, the emphasis is clearly shifting to new technology. Can the designs keep pace and fairly represent these new advances? Or, is the industry happy with the way things are?
Don't get mad, get plaid! Perhaps we should say VW plaid. Let's face it, a GTI with a plaid interior puts a smile on nearly everyone. The pattern is distinct and emphasizes the special, playful nature of the hot hatch that caused a stir!
VW ID. Buggy and the next-gen design is off-road ready and features no roof or doors for the purest beach cruiser experience, and the MEB platform can be used for a wide variety of custom vehicles.
With Unity, you aren't sending something off to a render farm and waiting. You literally take the model, simplify it, walk around it, interact with it. In other words, no delayed gratification! Unity GM and CMO, Tim McDonough, gives us a glimpse into the future.
“We already have a wealth of experience with high-performance cars and with racing cars, but a powerful prototype like the I.D. R Pikes Peak was a world first for us,” said Klaus Bischoff, Head of Volkswagen Design.
The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta, revealed last month at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, marks an important step in the history of Volkswagen’s best-selling model.
Today, Volkswagen of America, Inc., unveiled the all-new 2019 Arteon at the Chicago Auto Show. The all-new Volkswagen brand halo has the space of a mid-sized sedan married to the sleek design of a premium coupe, as well as innovative technology and driver assistance features