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Light commercial vehicles and passenger cars are produced and sold by Volkswagen AG. The company also manufactures automobiles and parts for the group's brand names. Passenger Cars, Commercial Vehicles, Power Engineering, and Financial Services make up its four operating segments. The production and marketing of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, as well as the associated authentic parts business, are all included in the Passenger Cars division.

The development, manufacture, and marketing of light commercial vehicles, like trucks and buses, as well as the corresponding authentic parts industry and associated services, are all included in the Commercial Vehicles section. The Power Engineering division develops and manufactures large-bore diesel engines, turbo compressors, industrial turbines, and systems for chemical reactors. It also manufactures gear units, propulsion components, and testing apparatus. The Financial Services section offers customers and dealers finance, leasing, banking, insurance, and fleet management services.

Volkswagen Golf – Best bred performance

The definition of "sports car" is open-ended. Purists claim that it describes a car bred specifically for performance and competition. Casual enthusiasts may think the word applies to any passenger car with somewhat improved dynamics or a sleek and interesting appearance. Regardless of where you lie on the spectrum, there is one irrefutable fact: Driving a real sports car stimulates the lizard brain and fosters a highly concentrated and instinctive bond between the driver and the vehicle. In other words, it makes driving enjoyable and exciting, regardless of cost. By that standard, the 2022 Volkswagen Golf GTI and Golf R are priced equally with sports cars of every stripe.

The Golf GTI and Golf R, the 2022 Porsche 718 Cayman and Boxster, as well as the 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing were the choices of the Forbes Wheels Car of the Year panellists. These top three finishers, each exceptional in their own right, show how the word "sports vehicle" is elastic across demographics and how, in this market, passion trumps scientific data. The new Volkswagen Golf price in Dubai is AED 169,000.

Since the 1983 release of the Rabbit GTI, the first Golf GTI in the United States, that has been the tale. When the Golf Mk2 debuted in 1985, VW dropped the term Rabbit, which was only used in the United States. When it was introduced as a slightly hotter variant of the standard Golf, it quickly gained popularity for its excellent balance of interior room, performance, and efficiency. It quickly acquired the now-ubiquitous "hot hatch" moniker, which foreshadowed its future cult status.

The eighth-generation 2022 Golf GTI and R carry this tradition, although they are completely different cars underneath. The brand-new 2022 Golf GTI's turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine generates 241 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque, and it drives the front wheels through either a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmission. It's a tried-and-true formula, but the magic is in an integrated way the powertrain, chassis, and controls work together to captivate you and make you want to play along.

Volkswagen ID.4 – Innovation on the wheels

Volkswagen's 2021 ID.4 electric crossover plants a flag on the hill of "everyday crossover, but electric" in a way that only makes sense from the company that brought the Beetle to the masses decades ago. Now that the ID. 4's all-wheel-drive (AWD) variant is available, and the model's attractiveness is further expanded by adding a dash of excitement.

Similar to the ID.4 with rear-wheel drive, AWD vehicles are available in "Pro" and "Pro S" trim levels (the already sold-out First Edition trim was offered as a rear-wheel drive only). The 2021 ID.4 AWD Pro costs $44,870, which includes the $1,195 destination fee, and comes with the following features: Keyless entry, a 10-inch infotainment screen, dual-zone climate control, six-way heated front seats, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, wireless phone charging, 19-inch wheels, and more are all included as standard features. Volkswagen's "IQ.Drive" safety tech suite is also included.

In addition to a hands-free easy-open/close hatch, a panoramic sunroof, power-adjustable/folding side mirrors with puddle lights, and LED headlights with Volkswagen's new light bar, which connects the headlights across the horizontal length of the front grill. The ID.4 AWD's technology is intelligent and designed to be practical rather than showy. For instance, the typical instrument panel is replaced by a 5.3-inch digital screen mounted to the steering column. As the steering column changes, the screen travels with it, minimising the possibility of blocking important information.

Volkswagen's most recent multimedia system features a 10- or 12-inch screen, and haptic controls may be located all over the cabin. While the desire for haptic touch controls may be subjective (we'll welcome the return to tactile controls), some functions, as a result, have become overly complex. Finding the touch button for, say, rear window control or mirror adjustment will require you to look away from the wheel. The purple light strip along the dashboard-window seam is a fun element that provides information to the driver, such as the battery's charge state or impending turns.

A whole 339 pound-feet of torque hauling the 2021 ID.4 AWD from a stop on the road is difficult to ignore. Even the steering has good weight and accuracy, so it can't be stated that the ID.4 (or possibly anything with hundreds of pounds of batteries onboard) is designed for racing around the mountains. The ID. 4's bulk can occasionally be felt through the suspension, and the brake setting should be improved—especially when reducing significant speed. However, in actual use, that suspension provides a comfortable ride about town, and the turning circle is only 36.4 feet. The new Volkswagen ID.4 price in Dubai is AED 141,000.

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