The 1970s were the decade of the VW.
Here are our picks for the coolest, most stylish, most powerful, and most stylish cars of the decade.
Volkswagen (VW) Volkswagen began as a German carmaker in 1896, but it had a more unusual name.
The company was founded by Ferdinand Porsche, a Swedish inventor who was known for his pioneering inventions in aerodynamics, aeronautics, and aviation.
He also helped found the German aerospace industry.
In fact, Porsche was known as the inventor of the airplane, but Porsche had an engineering background that made him more than just an airplane guy.
Porsche was a member of the French aristocracy, and he had a deep interest in cars, as well.
When he was working on a car in the late 1890s, he became obsessed with the mechanical aspect of a car.
Porsche developed the legendary Porsche 356, the iconic all-terrain car.
The car was originally developed for racing in 1896 and won several races.
The Porsche 356 was the world’s first car with a rear wheel drive system and was designed to be a reliable and fast, all-weather car.
After the war, Porsche sold his interest in the car to Ford, which made the car into a standard vehicle in the 1950s.
Volkswagen’s success as a company didn’t stop with the 356.
In the 1960s, the company introduced the V6 diesel engine that was so powerful that it made the Beetle obsolete in the United States.
The Beetle was discontinued in the 1970s.
The VW brand is now known as Volkswagens.
The Volkswagen brand is the only car company to make a car that has a history in its name.
VW is the brand name for Volkswagen Group, a division of Volkswagen that has been in business since 1901.
The first VW model was introduced in 1923.
VW made cars that could withstand the harsh conditions of a German winter, and they also made some of the most advanced engines ever built.
Volkswagen produced more than 3.5 million cars between the years 1929 and 1984, according to the company.
Volkswagen has a large global presence, but its products are available in a wide variety of different markets.
VW’s vehicles are available on almost every continent, including the U.S. and Canada.
Volkswagen was a global company, with the U-Haul truck service, the Volkswagen Golf, and the VW Golf R, among others.
Volkswagen sold cars in every country in the world from Germany to the Philippines.
Volkswagen also manufactures other vehicles, such as the Beetle, the Golf, the Beetle Classic, the Audi TT, and a host of other brands.
Volkswagen earned $19.3 billion in sales last year, up from $18.3 trillion in 2016, according a report from the NPD Group.