This week, the team at Volks Affair talk about the BMW 2002, the car that helped BMW break America. The 2002 was taken out of production in 1975, but its legacy and lineage live on today. 3- and 4-Series models have connections to the BMW 2002, the sporty 2-door coupe with the 2L engine. Although the BMW 2002 is rarely seen on Australian roads, every day our BMW mechanics are servicing or repairing a vehicle connected to this game changing coupe.
Earlier this month, it was announced that the newest Mercedes-Benz G-class was officially Schockl-rated.
This week, the Volks Affair team talk about Mercedes Benz, the G class, and the brand’s history with Schockl Mountain.
Volks Affair are Melbourne’s independent service and repair centre for prestige German cars. We specialise in the Volkswagen Group fleet: Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW and, of course, Volkswagen. But did you know that there was another car brand operating under the Volkswagen Group’s umbrella? One that isn’t a German car at all?
This week, the team discuss the history of Škoda Auto, Volkswagen Group’s Czech car brand. (more…)
We think of Volkswagen as 100% German cars, but did you know that Australia once made Volkswagens here on our own shores? This week, the Volks Affair team talk you through the forgotten history of the Australian Volkswagen.
So far, we have told you about Audi’s electric e-Tron and BMW’s future fleet of fossil-fuel-free vehicles. Today, we are talking about Volkswagen’s newest eco-friendly automobile, the ID Buzz. It’s Volkswagen’s classic camper with 0-emissions and an electric twist. The Volkswagen ID Buzz concept vehicle is possibly the most futuristic car yet!