Below is an assortment of emblems specific to Volkswagen, arranged by year.
The all new 2012 Beetle plug.
Volkswagen Karmann Ghia logo.
R32 logo. In 2002, Volkswagen produced the Golf R32 in Europe as a 2003 model. Due to unexpected popularity, Volkswagen (through Volkswagen of America) decided to sell the car in the United States as the 2004 Volkswagen R32.
Billed as the pinnacle of the Golf IV platform, the R32 included every performance, safety, and luxury feature VW had to offer including the all new 3.2 L 24-valve VR6 engine producing a claimed 241 bhp and 236 lb ft of torque (it is commonly thought the U.S. R32 received the higher output Audi TT engine producing 250 bhp), AWD, a new 6-speed manual transmission, independent rear suspension, automatic climate control, sport seats from Koenig, 18" OZ Aristo wheels, Electronic Stability Programme, massive (334 mm) brakes, sunroof, and model specific bodywork. In the US the vehicle was available in only four colours: Black Magic Pearl, Deep Blue Pearl, Reflex Silver, and Tornado Red.
Volkswagen Passat logo (old). The Passat has been produced in various forms since 1973.
Volkswagen Passat logo (new).
Scirocco logo. The Volkswagen Scirocco was a sporty hatchback sold by Volkswagen from 1974 through 1992. Scirocco sales continued until 1988 in the United States, 1989 in Canada, and 1992 in Germany, it was replaced by the Corrado in all markets.
Volkswagen Voyage logo. The Brazilian-built two-door sedan version of the Volkswagen Gol was called the Voyage (Four-doors produced in Brazil were named the Voyage and those built in Argentina were the labelled the Senda).
2014 Volkswagen Beetle GSR side decal.
2014 Volkswagen Beetle GSR dor sill emblem.
2014 Volkswagen Beetle GSR rear VW Turbo emblem.
2013 Volkswagen Scirocco Million door sill emblem.
2013 Volkswagen Passat "Wolfsburg Edition" emblem.
2008 Volkswagen Touareg R50 emblem.
W3 decal. Located on each side, just under the exterior rear view mirrors, indicating the Volkswagen Bettle's 2008 Campanella Triple white exterior color.
2008 Volkswagen Touareg R50 door sill.
2007 Volkswagen GTI elmblem.
Volkswagen BlueMotion emblem, from a 2007 VW Polo. (The Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion is Europe's most economical five-seat automobile, offering the equivalent of 60 miles per gallon).
Limited edition Volkswagen "Triple White" New Beetle convertible logo.
2006 Volkswagen R-GTI concept logo.
2006 Volkswagen R-GTI concept emblem.
Logo, from a 2006 Volkswagen Cross Polo, located on the rear door, just above the door guard.
2005 Volkswagen R GTi concept emblem.
Logo from the 2005 Volkswagen Phaeton Lounge concept study, located on the front door sills.
From a 2005 Volkswagen Touareg W12 Sport, located on the front door sills.
Door sill from a 2005 Volkswagen Touareg W12 Sport, located on the rear hatchdoor sills.
Volkswagen Eco Racer logo from the 2005 cocept car.
Volkswagen Golf 4 black VW front grill emblem for 1999-2004.
Vent emblem from the 2004 Volkswagen Concept R concept, located over the vent, just behind the rear window.
Gas cap from the 2004 Volkswagen Concept R concept, located on the top right side of the front hood.
2003 Volkswagen Eurovan emblem.
2003 20th Anniversary Volkswagen GTI emblem.
30v emblem from a 2001 Volkswagen Passat GLS V6 Sedan.
Volkswagen VW emblem (1999).
1990 Volkswagen Golf Country side decal.
1985 Volkswagen Quantum Wagon emblem. The second generation Volkswagen Passat was launched in 1981. The car was known as the Quantum in North America, where it was introduced in 1982.
Volkswagen "The Thing" side decal.
Volkswagen "The Thing" side decal.
Volkswagen Automatic emblem from a 1973 Type III Squareback (source: Murille Martin).
1972 Volkswagen SP2 emblem.
1964 Volkwagen 1500 Notchback emblem.
1500 emblem from a 1963 Volkswagen Type-III Notch.
1955 Volkswagen Beetle Karmann Kabriolett exterior emblem.
Factory GTI badge with the I in red with a chrome edge.
Volkswagen Turbo S emblem.
Volkswagen Polo Flight emblem. The Volkswagen Polo is a supermini manufactured by Volkswagen of Germany. It is sold mainly in Europe, but available in most export markets. It is most widely seen as a hatchback but there have also been saloon and so-called coupe and estate variants.