1979 Volkswagen Type 2: VW’s iconic van
"Transporter", "Tetris", "Bulli", "Cartoon" or simply "Bus": the list of nicknames for the cult mono cab is almost endless. However, the line of its life seems even more endless: the Volkswagen Type 2 (namely, that was the official name of the model) changed six generations, tried on an incredible number of roles, and became the favorite of a huge number of people around the world.
1938 Volkswagen Beetle: The 20th century’s most popular car
The development of the most popular automobile of the 20th century lasted 12 years - exactly as long as the Third Reich existed. By Adolf Hitler's order, the production of the "people's car", known as the "Beetle" began. The implementation of the project fell on the shoulders of the legendary automotive designer Ferdinand Porsche.
1965 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Convertible – Beetle in a sports jacket
Meet one of the most massive pseudo sports cars of Germany's automotive industry - the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia with the aerodynamic body hiding in the bowels of the folk stuffing from the "Beetle".
1974 Volkswagen bus – the legendary hippie mobile of the 70s
The Volkswagen bus, or rather Transporter, is one of the first civilian minibusses produced by German Volkswagen since 1950. At the end of the 60s and the beginning of the 70s, it became the image of an entire era and a spirit of the hippie movement.