In the picture, which one is which. Can anyone tell?
The point of a quick SUV is....?
So your choice is a car with lots of flimsy late 1990’s Fiat Punto switchgear or a new German car with a modern hewn from solid interior? Eh?! I don’t care how that Alfa drives as I’d despise the thing every single time I open or close a window. No thanks.
With the massively improved chassis rigidity of modern drop top sports cars it is a wonder why they bother making coupe's. I know people will tell me its weight, but 50kgs, vs profile and awesome sound, I know which is a compromise worth having.
Though not one of the stockpiles US trucks with gas guzzling V8’s that avoid the emissions controls......funny that.
Probably some very nice cars in there. Such a waste.
If there is a spare Audi A6 3.0 TDI 272 hp in there, I will gladly take another one
What a waste.
Hmmmm, I reckon this lot is more of an environmental issue than any paultry variations in their emissions results..... as usual the green looney fringe and their unintended consequences
If only there was something else diesel engines ran on, like pretty much anything combustible. French fry Passats!😁
Abandoned airliners in that very same desert. I think the cost of a dozen of these would be worth more than the entire lot of VW cars...😜
Such a waste,...Good cars. Please can I have one?
I’d take any one of them
Did VW make that Plane also
and we bailing automakers out?? smh
Interesting environmental impact, will they be scrapped or maybe shipped to another country.....
Wait... these are all the cars that had engines built to last a long time and ignore the emissions regulations which kill the cars after only a few years from build up of carbon in the inlets. Look at any manufacturer that was found to be "cheating" or have "worse" emissions than most. They have reliable cars. Its that simple.
In short, THESE are the GOOD VW's going to waste!
VW should haves sold all their cars to Africa where there is no severe restriction on polluted engines. This way they would have limited losses.
Saw something like this in September but in another state full of diesel VW group cars.
Perhaps there are a few T5 + T6 vans pre-rusted they could do with dumping them, seeing as VW haven’t managed to solve the issue in 10 years
I wonder how much pollution was created getting all those cars there....
Bosch should have bought them all for a dollar and then converted them to EV’s.
There were a few VW diesels parked in a small vacant lot in my city. They were brand-new and collected quite a bit of dust but they are all gone now. Since all these cars were built in Mexico, they could easily be sold in Latin America starting with Mexico. There is huge demand for personal transportation in Mexico from the middle classes and the old Beetles need to be replaced, especially in Mexico City where they are used as taxis.
That's an outrageous waste..😤 hopefully most can be recycled
It has been estimated that just one container ships, the length of around six football pitches, can produce the same amount of pollution as 50 million cars. The emissions from 15 of these mega-ships match those from all the cars in the world.
Best place for them. Crap cars. Not like they used to be before the 80’s. Just living of a name. Paying for the badge 😂.
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