Fans of the classic Volkswagen Type 2 buses from the 1960s will love Troika’s cast metal desk organizer, which offers storage space for pens, pencils, paper clips, and even a smartphone. And when you’re bored, it has moving wheels, and a pull-back friction motor.
The Volkswagen microbus gets a 21st century remake. The pure electric is spec’d to offer 270 mi range, dual motors w/369hp total, and autonomy features. A reconfigurable interior is designed to provide maximum versatility for passengers and cargo.
LEGO’s 1100+ piece replica of the classic bug is the perfect kit for LEGO and car buffs alike. The expert-level model has features like an opening hood and trunk, tiltable seats, a roof rack with surfboard and cooler, and even a teensy 4-cylinder engine in back. Drops 8/16 for $100.
An officially-licensed scale model of the classic Volkswagen Type 2 Bus that doubles as an accent light. Its got color-changing LEDs inside, and is powered by AA batteries or via a USB cable. Measures appx. 9.8″ x 5.9″ x 5.1″.
Keep your drinks on ice in the coolest cooler we’ve seen in a while. This miniature replica of the classic Volkswagen camper van even has rubber wheels so you can pull it around. And while it’s expensive, it’s still way cheaper than the real thing. And requires fewer oil changes.
Not only does VW’s hot hatch concept for this year’s Wörthersee festival look amazing with its gull-wing doors, it rocks a hybrid AWD drivetrain that puts out a blistering 521 horsepower and 500 lb-ft. of torque. Please make this, VW.
Zelectric Motors finds and restores 50s-60s Volkswagen Beetles, then turns them into electric cars. The motor installed has twice the horsepower of its gas counterpart, and of course provides instant torque for a fun ride.
To promote their collision avoidance tech, Volkswagen fitted bumper cars at a theme park with ultrasonic sensors and automatic braking to prevent them from hitting each other. They got the point across, but also wrecked the fun.
To remind people not to use their mobile device while driving, Volkswagen arranged a blunt but highly appropriate public service advisory in a theater. Aiden Pearce approves of this message.
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