Volkswagen Van History
Volkswagen was first established in the year 1937 by the Nazi trade union and the German Labour Front (Deutsche Arbeitsfront). The German auto industry was very largely made of luxury model in the early 1930's, and the common German man can hardly ever could afford something more than a bike. The style was not new, as Bela Barenyl is the premiere and the basic design invented in the middle of 1920s. Josef Ganz found the typical Superior which is known to be the German Volkswagen. In 1933 even at the time when the whole project was under development or was still at the early stage of production, Adolf Hitler declared a new project on Volkswagen. Thus the company Volkswagen started its journey which was adored at all times. The Volkswagen van is the first minivan invented by the same minds those who manufactured the all time favorite beetle. The Volkswagen was also featured to be the Station Wagon, Micro Bus, the Vanagon and the Transporter. About the recent view on Volkswagen the latest series is the Bulli concept car which was presented during the press meet of the 81st international Motor show in Geneva. This is structured by an electric motor and also connected to an IPad which controls the functions of the Van like the entertainment system. It has been stated that this Van can go up to 186.4 miles at a single battery charge. That is something good to hear when compared to Nissan Leaf which just speeds upto 73 miles per hour.
There are many trends of Volkswagen which have become very fashionable among the people from all over the world, Volkswagen van is the best of those models. The premiere Volkswagen van was built up in the in the early hours of 1950, Volkswagen has been revived the Transporter van many times. The first model of the Volkswagen Transporter van was inclined by the Volkswagen bus named as Samba. Unfortunately, the model of the Samba was itself compared by the model of the Panel van manufactured by Volkswagen. One can distinguish the premiere model of the Volkswagen van by seeing the logo in front of the camper van. Also the first van can be easily recognized by the big headlights. The engine of the van was similar to the Beetle.
In 1967, Volkswagen manufactured a new version of the van with several modifications and improved in functions. This new version of the van had a much bigger engine, twelve volts electrics, and more advantages, which was missing in the premiere version of the van.
Then came the third generation van which was introduced in the early 1980. The camper van was much bigger in space than the other two predecessors. This Volkswagen van also had a much efficient engine than the other two previous versions. Company again modified the third production of the VW Transporter van in early 1990 and came up with fourth generation of the VW Transporter van. There was a change in the fourth generation of the camper van than the previous three versions. The most important change was the flat space on the rear side of the van for the cargo purpose. Now it's the rule of the fifth generation which was introduced in the year 2003.