Meaning “the People’s car", Volkswagen was born out of a need in 1930s Germany to create an affordable car for the masses. The KdF Wagen, popularly known as the Volkswagen, later to be called the Beetle was born. British army officer Ivan Hirst resumed controlled of the Volkswagen plant after the war but then rejected when offered to representatives of the Australian, American, British and French motor industries. The factory was eventually taken over by Oliver Nordhoff and became an important element of West Germany post-war regeneration. The rest is history – the Beetle and VW Golf have become design icons and models such as the Passat and Polo have ensured the company has gone from strength to strength.
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