Volkswagen is the flagship of the largest automaker worldwide: Volkswagen Group. Volkswagen means “people’s car” in German and VW aims to bring their vehicles to all types of people whichever their needs are. VW Group overtook Toyota in sales for the past four years with the help of Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, and Bugatti all being included within the VW Group. Currently, Volkswagen offers only sedans and SUVs, no trucks or sports cars. Like other car manufactures, Volkswagen is currently working on electrifying their lineup of cars in the future so they can push for their earth-friendly campaign.

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Volkswagen Golf (2013)
Illustration of the side elevation of a Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Golf (2013) hatchback gives off a premium look, feel comfortable, and quiet ride. The Golf is available in 2 or 4 door hatchback form, runs on petrol or diesel, and has a versatile cabin made of quality materials. The smaller-wheeled base plus comfortline variants help to minimize noise intrusion from wind or tyres to provide a comfortable and quality driving experience.

The Volkswagen Golf (2013) hatchback gives off a premium look, feel comfortable, and quiet ride. The Golf is available in 2 or 4 door hatchback form, runs on petrol or diesel, and has a versatile cabin made of quality materials.

Volkswagen New Beetle

The Volkswagen New Beetle is a two-door compact car introduced in 1997 as an update to the original iconic Volkswagen Beetle Type 1. With a form emphasizing the rounded curves of the classic Beetle, the New Beetle design modernized the look of the Beetle while also reconfiguring the engine and drive layout to the front.

The Volkswagen New Beetle is 13’7” (4.13 m) in length, has a wheelbase of 8’3” (2.52 m), a width of 5’8” (1.72 m), and height of 5’2” (1.57 m).

Dimensions of Volkswagen New Beetle documented from side, front, back, and plan drawings
The Volkswagen New Beetle is a two-door compact car introduced in 1997 as an update to the original Beetle Type 1. With a form emphasizing the rounded curves of the classic, the New Beetle design modernized the look of the Beetle while also reconfiguring the engine and drive layout to the front.

The Volkswagen New Beetle is 13’7” (4.13 m) in length, has a wheelbase of 8’3” (2.52 m), a width of 5’8” (1.72 m), and height of 5’2” (1.57 m).

Dimensions of Volkswagen New Beetle documented from side, front, back, and plan drawings
Porsche 911 Carrera (1994)

The Porsche 911, also called Porsche Carrera or Porsche 993, was a replacement of the 964 models made and sold between the years 1994 to 1998. It featured a much-improved engine, which added additional power to the Porsche. Externally, it had revised exterior panels, having more flared wheel arches, the front and rear bumper have a smoother design with the rear wing and teardrop mirrors being more enlarged and retractable.

The 993 model of the Porsche 911 Carrera has an overall length of 14' (4.28 m), width of 5.4’ (1.65 m), and a height of 4.3’ (1.31 m).

Drawings documenting the front, back, side, and plan of a Porsche 911 Carrera with dimensions
The Porsche 911, also called Porsche Carrera or Porsche 993, was a replacement of the 964 models made and sold between the years 1994 to 1998. It featured a much-improved engine, which added additional power to the Porsche.

The 993 model of the Porsche 911 Carrera has an overall length of 14' (4.28 m), width of 5.4’ (1.65 m), and a height of 4.3’ (1.31 m).

Drawings documenting the front, back, side, and plan of a Porsche 911 Carrera with dimensions
Audi TT (2009)

The Audi TT (2009) is a sports car built by Audi and marketed by the Volkswagen Group. It is usually available as a 2-door coupe and 2-door roadster variants with excellent driving position and supportive seats. The Audi TT (2009) has a well designed and upscale interior with a considerable amount of cargo space. It usually targets high-end consumers who prefer sophistication, performance, and style.

The Audi TT (2009) has an overall length of 13’9” (4.19 m), wheelbase of 8’1” (2.46 m), a width of 6’1” (1.85 m), and height of 4’6” (1.37 m).

Collection of measured drawings of the Audi TT (2009) with dimensions for length, wheelbase, height and width
The Audi TT (2009) is a sports car built by Audi and marketed by the Volkswagen Group. It is usually available as a 2-door coupe and 2-door roadster variants with excellent driving position and supportive seats. The Audi TT (2009) has a well designed and upscale interior.

The Audi TT (2009) has an overall length of 13’9” (4.19 m), wheelbase of 8’1” (2.46 m), a width of 6’1” (1.85 m), and height of 4’6” (1.37 m).

Collection of measured drawings of the Audi TT (2009) with dimensions for length, wheelbase, height and width
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