Sometimes automotive engineers are allowed to roam free, using the best resources and the brightest minds at their companies to make extravagant, cost-no-object vehicles that are rarely commercially viable beyond a scant few wealthy buyers.
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Volkswagen plans to revive the failed Phaeton luxury sedan for the U.S. market.
Shuttling in to downtown Los Angeles this morning it appeared to be a normal day—commuters on the freeways, coffee houses bustling, the ever-present Southern California sunshine filtering through the smog; but for the auto world, today is the biggest day of what remains of 2012.
Production officially began on the 2012 Volkswagen Beetle compact hatchback this week at the company’s Puebla, Mexico assembly plant.