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German automaker Volkswagen is known for manufacturing well-refined vehicles with good ownership experience. The roots of this manufacturer dates back to 1934 when Ferdinand Porsche designed a beetle-shaped sedan named Volkswagen
after Adolf Hitler commissioned him to design a compact vehicle. He also built a town for the workers near the plant. During the second world war the factory was damaged and went under the control of British army. On taking control over the production plant, it was renamed as Volkswagen and the town which was built for its employees was named Wolfsburg. The mass production of the beetle-shaped sedan began during the end of
the 1940s and the model was introduced in the US in 1949. The very next year the
brand expanded its product lineup. The versatile Bus became popular while the Beetle became the best selling car of all time. During
the 1950s the brand also introduced Karmann Ghia, a two-seater sports car which was based on
the Beetle's platform. With the help of effective marketing during the 60s the company touched 1 million in the sales of the Beetle. In 1972, the world record for producing 15 million units was set by the Beetle beating
the Model T of Ford. The new models introduced during the 70s include the Passat and Golf which were also known as Dasher and Rabbit in
the US. Passat was the first vehicle to use standardized components which can be used in other models. Following this
the Golf (Rabbit) was released and both were huge successes. Two other new models,
the Scirocco sport coupe and the Golf/Rabbit GTI performance vehicle was introduced during the 70s. In 1983 Volkswagen introduced robots in assembling their vehicles and during
the mid 80s the performance oriented Golf GTI helped Volkswagen win the Group A World Rally Championship. After withdrawing
the Beetle from the US market in the 70s, it was reintroduced as New Beetle in
the early 90s. In 2000 Volkswagen ventured into the luxury segment with the Phaeton sedan and Touareg SUV.
However, Phaeton was not successful in terms of sales. Finally, Volkswagen is
concentrating on family sedan and spacious SUV models.
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