Yes, Seat cars share the same platform as Volkswagons, as do Audi, Skoda, some labourghini and even Bentley cars. The reason being that they are all subsidiaries of the Volkswagon Group.
Some Volkswagens and Ferraris have aluminum engines
Many different cars come with seat heaters. Some of the cars with seat heaters are Mercedes, Volvo, BMW, Toyota, Nissan and many other types of luxury cars.
It was the first modern seat belt that was put in cars by Volvo in 1959-1960
Train- the longest had 675 cars and 10 engines.
Because they run by engines and gas. That's why.
The German cars are Volkswagon, B.M.W, Mercedens Benz.
The Audi A3 car is from volkswagon, and volkswagon cars are made in Germany. So they are based out of Germany, but imported to America, and many other countries.
The cars that begin with V include Vauxhall, Volkswagon, Volvo.
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The Volkswagon EOS was released in 2006. It replaced the Volkswagon Golf Cabriolet. It is a 4 seat convertible with a retractable roof. It is a coupe in design.
Mercedes-benz , BMW , Porche , Audi , Volkswagon , and Maybach
* Volkswagon * Toyota * Hummer
he is a 1960's volkswagon bus a.k.a a "vanagon"
Volkswagon argues that hybrid vehicles are not really fuel-efficient. Volkswagon claims that their cars emphasize power instead of efficiency, which is new for the hybrid community.
Some ways cars have changed over time: cars have become more stylish and more fuel efficient. Engines generally are smaller. Seat belts and air bags have been added for safety. Engines have been improved over time.
Under the rear seat on the chassis.