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At Buy Auto Parts it's easy to find Volkswagen parts. But it wasn't always this way. Years ago, finding that perfect OEM part was quite a chore. Due to the car brand's soaring popularity and worldwide brand recognition, discount Volkswagen parts are in high demand.
Volkswagen Auto Parts Online
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History of Volkswagen Cars & Parts
Volkswagen is a German automobile manufacturer that was established in 1937. It has its headquarters in Wolfsburg. In 1938, Ferdinand Porsche designed the company's first and most iconic model: the Volkswagen Beetle. The Beetle was responsible for helping the Volkswagen parts market grow, both during and after World War II.
After the war, the Beetle I, as it came to be called, was introduced to the United Kingdom through the demobilized soldiers who took their cars with them. The VW Beetle came to the United States in 1949. In 1950, the brand released the Type 2, which was formally referred to as the VW Bus. The brand expanded its lineup in 1961 with the introduction of the Type III models. In 1964, Volkswagen acquired the Auto Union, a group of German companies that included Audi. This acquisition proved very beneficial to Volkswagen in 1973, when the company's sales were struggling.
The Dasher (also called the Passat) was first of the series of new models released. The car was offered in two-door and four-door sedan body styles. This was followed by the Scirocco, a sports coupe in 1974. The car remained in production until 1992 and was revived again in 2008. The Golf was also released in 1974 as a replacement for the Beetle. The Jetta, a small family car, was released in 1979. The company's sales fell during the 1980s, but stronger sales figures for cars and OEM Volkswagen parts, were just around the corner. The brand released the Fox, a subcompact car in 1983. The Corrado, a sports compact, rolled off production lines in 1988.
In 1994, the brand launched the New Beetle that was based on the retro-themed "Concept One" car. The New Beetle's aftermarket OEM part demand was in full swing by the turn of the century. Around this time, Volkswagen parts started to become widely available online. In 2002, Volkswagen added the first crossover vehicle to its lineup with the introduction of the Touareg. The SUV was named 'sport/Utility of the Year' by Motor Trend magazine in 2004. Around this time, Volkswagen parts online really started becoming popular, and more accessible.
Some of the current models in the Volkswagen brand include the Golf, Jetta, GTI, Passat, and Tiguan.