What is new at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum? New exhibits, the latest developments, celebrity visitors – we keep you up to date.

Sporty visit to Volkswagen's AutoMuseum.

14 September 2017. Felix Brückmann, goalkeeper for the Wolfsburg Grizzlys ice hockey team, paid a visit to the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. He obviously took pleasure in being allowed to sit in his favourite vehicle, the 1962 Samba bus. Born in Freiburg, Felix Brückmann inherited a passion for the Bulli and for Volkswagen from his parents. So it's no surprise that the design of his helmet features a Bulli (in precisely the colours of the model on display at the AutoMuseum) and the Volkswagen badge. In addition to the Bulli, the Golf I GTI is his second favourite model from Volkswagen. But in the ice arena he also gained inspiration from the current Golf GTE.

Now available: Volkswagen calendar 2018.

4 September 2017. The Volkswagen calendar 2018 presents a wider variety of models than ever before. For the first time it also includes classic vehicles from the early water-cooled Volkswagen generation. The Scirocco, Golf and Polo are presented in beautiful panoramic scenery. The calendar is available at a price of €14.95 (if delivered plus postage of €7.00 (within Germany)) from the shop of the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. Please contact to place orders.

Museum engines at Lower Saxony Day.

1 to 3 September 2017. On "Lower Saxony Day" (Tag der Niedersachsen) – which actually lasted a whole weekend – around 325,000 visitors strolled around the 1.7 km street festival in the centre of Wolfsburg. Towns and communities, clubs, associations, choirs, dance groups – and the 1st Beetle Club Wolfsburg presented themselves at numerous stands. The club members exhibited ten Beetle, Karmann-Ghia and Type 3 cars. Two functional cutaway models from the future engine gallery of the Volkswagen AutoMuseum were also on display. A 1.2 and a 1.5-litre flat engine offered interesting insights into the inner workings of the air-cooled cult engines.

New art show opened: Lookbook No. 3.

30 August 2017. The Volkswagen AutoMuseum opened its new art show "Lookbook No.3. Volkswagen Artwork by Klaus Trommer." to an audience of around 60 invited guests. The exhibition was created in cooperation with Volkswagen Zubehör GmbH, whose manager Jost Capito warmly thanked his team and the artist for the idea and the excellent realisation of the Lookbook, and the museum for the presentation platform. Kai-Uwe Knoth took the photos which the artworks are based on. Klaus Trommer, the creator of the Lookbook, developed a love of historic Volkswagen cars at a very early age as his first car journeys as a child were in his parents' Volkswagen Type 3. But his favourite is a graphic showing a blue racing Beetle that a Chinese manufacturer has now realised as a model car. This shows that Volkswagen Accessories has placed just the right creative motifs at the disposal of its licensees for merchandising. With 52 motifs the exhibition shows a wide cross-section of the work of Trommer who – and Hauke Wilkens from Volkswagen Accessories was particularly proud of this – won the Red Dot Award, a highly coveted award in designer circles. The next edition of the Lookbook is already being prepared.

Volkswagen AutoMuseum very popular as a destination for classic car outings.

26 August and 2 September 2017. Every year the Volkswagen AutoMuseum is a popular port of call for club and rally events. At the end of August around 40 members of the Karmann Ghia Club Nederland undertook the long journey to Wolfsburg. Their three-day programme in Wolfsburg that was all about Volkswagen comprised both a factory tour and a visit to the Autostadt. On Saturday the final highlight before the club headed home was a guided tour of the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. A week later participants in the "Dalldorf Classic" delighted staff and visitors to the museum with their 50 vintage cars. They weren't deterred by rain showers and were pleased to pose for a group photo. This was then followed by a guided tour. The wide field of young classics and vintage vehicles ranged from Beetle cars to Mercedes and Ferraris.

Participants in the AutoMuseum’s Bulli Summer Festival.

3 to 6 August 2017. Several hundred friends and fans who had come to Allerpark in Wolfsburg for the Bulli Summer Festival converged on the Volkswagen AutoMuseum Foundation on the Saturday in particular. With free admission for all, they got to marvel at rare sights such as the 1949 T1 prototype and the one-millionth Bulli, a 1962 Samba bus, and stock up on matching souvenirs in the museum shop. Many of the visitors had to travel a long way, from abroad and with their own VW Bulli in some cases, to be there for this special event from 3 to 6 August.

PS.Speicher exhibition showcases 50 years of the VW T2.

28 July 2017. The PS.Speicher in Einbeck opened an impressive special exhibition marking 50 years of the T2 on 28 July. The ‘Interessengemeinschaft T2’ interest group partnered for this with the Volkswagen AutoMuseum Foundation, which took part as the lender of the forefather of all Transporters – the ‘Plattenwagen’. The exhibition was opened by Karl-Heinz Rehkopf (the museum’s founder) and Lothar Meyer-Mertel (managing director). The two former VW engineers Karl Nachbar, Head of Commercial Vehicles Development, and Dr Adolf Kalberlah, Head of Future Research, spoke about the origins of the second-generation VW Transporter during a panel discussion. Four-wheel drive and electronics found their way into the T2 in the early seventies, for example, the former just as a prototype but the latter in a small production run in cooperation with RWE, Siemens and battery producer Hoppecke.

Norwegian Kübelwagen fans on tour.

26 July 2017. The ‘extended’ Ulvestad family from Norway made their way in their cherished Volkswagens to the AutoMuseum in Wolfsburg for a second time. Driving there from the ferry on their own steam was a matter of pride for them. Lars, Harald, Klaus and ladies Guro and Kristin Ulvestad, as well as family friend Tom Tobiesen, brought along two 1942 Type 82 Kübelwagen and one 1944 Kommandeurwagen, the latter a Kübelwagen chassis retrofitted with a Beetle body. Afterwards, the entourage rolled on to a private enthusiasts’ gathering.

‘Showroom’ by Don Eddy, now in the Kunsthalle Emden.

15 July 2017. ‘The car in art. Speeding passion.’ is the name of the new exhibition at the Kunsthalle Emden museum and gallery. Take a journey through the history of the car, portrayed since the start of the 20th century by famous artists such as Don Eddy, Andy Warhol and Peter Keetman, with changing views of these four-wheeled companions from decade to decade. All facets are represented, from the exuberance for engineering when the car was still in its 'training wheels’ phase, its emergence as a status symbol thanks to the German economic miracle, the era of pop art and realism in the sixties and the environmental controversy of ten years later through to visions for the future of motoring. The Volkswagen AutoMuseum has contributed two exhibits in support of the show: ‘Showroom’, a 1972 painting by Don Eddy in the style of realism, and one of the last original Beetles built in Emden, used to entice visitors into the building. This impressive exhibition runs until 5 November 2017. Info: (picture 4: rights: Monk-usedcar-violet)

Available at last: special edition T1 panel van HO17 by Wiking.

28 June 2017. The Volkswagen AutoMuseum has brought out a special edition 1:87 scale model of the T1 bus by Wiking for the Vintage VW Show in Hessisch Oldendorf. The classic panel van in pigeon blue has been produced in a limited edition of 750 pieces. It is available at the AutoMuseum shop for €21.90 and can also be purchased online subject to additional shipping costs of €5.50. Please contact to place orders.

Seventh grand convention of vintage Beetle lovers in Hessisch Oldendorf.

23 to 25 June 2017. Every four years, fans of vintage Beetles and first-generation VW buses converge on Hessisch Oldendorf, where Traugott and Christian Grundmann have now staged their International Vintage VW Show for the seventh time. The three-day event was attended by more than 500 air-cooled Volkswagens, doing their clattering rounds through Hessisch Oldendorf and the Weser Uplands or sitting pretty on show in the town’s historic district. A large parts market offering an exhaustive scope of wares rounded off the proceedings. The Volkswagen AutoMuseum has brought out a special edition model of a T1 bus by Wiking especially for the show. The model is available at the AutoMuseum shop.

A final run to the Volkswagen AutoMuseum.

23 June 2017. This was not the first time that the comrades from the voluntary fire department in Wittingen have had to part company with a vehicle. At the beginning of the 1990s they decommissioned their T1 fire brigade turntable ladder from the Hagen-based Meyer company, which had reached retirement age. It found a new home at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum, where it has since been delighting visitors. Now the voluntary firefighters are preparing to take their leave of another trusty vehicle - their 21 year-old MAN turntable ladder is to be auctioned off shortly. The state-of-the-art MAN vehicle that is already in place as its successor is ready for deployment with its ladder extended in seven seconds. Old and new came together for a joint photo session at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. They were even joined by a third fire ladder from the turn of the 20th century (around 1890). The guys from the fire brigade did not pass up the opportunity to pose with the vehicles in the respectively matching uniforms. The team from the AutoMuseum were also granted an opportunity to be in the picture.

VW 1302 Cabriolet from the AutoMuseum proves a crowd puller at the children’s festival as part of the International Summer Festival in Wolfsburg.

18 June 2017. An absolute eye-catcher was the Volkswagen AutoMuseum’s Volkswagen 1302 Cabriolet from 1972, which really came into its own with its saturn yellow shining resplendently in the sunshine at Wolfsburg Castle. People of all ages attending the children’s festival as part of the International Summer Festival were correspondingly keen to be photographed with this gem. As a nod to the vehicle’s heyday, the photographs were taken with a Polaroid camera, thus providing instant take-away mementos. The guests were also collected from the car park and conveyed to the castle in fitting style on board the legendary "Käferbähnle" - or "Beetle Train". Further attractions were a roundabout featuring models of alpine animals and the appearance by the band Radau.

Surprise visit to the Volkswagen AutoMuseum.

16 June 2017. Early in the afternoon, the full sound of the air-cooled flat engine reverberated around the museum car park, heralding a surprise visit to the AutoMuseum by 13 members of the 1st Beetle Club Heilbronn. They used the bank-holiday weekend (Corpus Christi) for an outing to Wolfsburg and the surrounding region with seven Beetles and a buggy. They were welcomed at the AutoMuseum by Susanne Wiersch and received a brief introduction before immersing themselves in the predominantly air-cooled world of the museum. Also on the agenda was a visit to the Autostadt and a day trip along the Elbe.

Praglive e. V. stages third concert at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum.

11 June 2017. For the third time, the praglive e. V. society invited its members and music fans to a free concert at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. The audience of around 90 at the matinee were treated to a great show by the four Crazy Boys of Prague fronted by the charismatic singer Eva Eminger. The society’s president, Ines Köhler, extended the customary warm welcome to the audience and the artists. The set list comprised swing and jazz classics from the 1920s to the 1940s, such as "I got rhythm", "Down by the riverside" or "Lady be good", which were predestined to get the audience clapping and grooving along. The morning drew to a pleasurable close for everyone with copious applause for the performance and "Oh when the saints go marching in" as an encore.

AutoMuseum on show at the Muzeum dopravy in Bratislava.

23 May 2017. The ten millionth Beetle (1965) from the Volkswagen AutoMuseum has been delighting visitors to Volkswagen Slovakia in Bratislava for more than ten years now. From 3 May to 29 October 2017 it is on show to a broader public at the Múzeum dopravy Bratislava (Bratislava Museum of Technology). In an exclusive special exhibition here, VW Slovakia is presenting the models which have been produced at the plant in Bratislava since it opened. While these models document the history of the plant, the Beetle stands for the beginnings and the success story of the company as a whole. Infos:

Expert discussion of an aerodynamic sensation.

28 April 2017. 40 years ago, a small team in Halle/Saale, Germany – led by Professor Eberhardt Scharnowski – created a sensational car with aerodynamic lines that was built on a Beetle chassis. This car and its sibling, which had also been forgotten over the years, were used quite normally in everyday driving. Now both cars – and the original tooling for the coupé – have arrived at the Auto Museum together. Dr Scharnowski introduced them to the public at a lecture event here.

VW XL1 Sport in the Auto Museum.

24 April 2017. In October 2014, Volkswagen presented the 200 millionth Group vehicle at the Paris International Motor Show – the XL1 Sport – a one-of-a-kind vehicle with a top speed of 270 km/h. It was an XL1 with a 200-PS high-performance Ducati engine, and serious consideration was given to producing a limited production run of these vehicles. To implement the desired driving performance, the lengthened and widened sport version used the underbody of the Audi R8 and an adjustable rear wing à la Lamborghini. A test fleet vehicle of that time is now on display at the Volkswagen Auto Museum. Right next to the fuel economising XL1.  

Golf postage stamp in the Auto Museum.

13 April 2017. The millionth Golf car, painted in tin grey, adorns a new, special edition 90-cent postage stamp by the German Post Office. It is now on exhibit at the Volkswagen Auto Museum. The vehicle – which had a 1.6-litre 70-PS engine and was delivered to customers in October 1976 after a period of just 31 months – will now appear on several million postage stamps as well. The new stamp was revealed to the public on 13 April at the House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bonn by its director, Professor Hans-Walter Hütter and Claudia Schäfer, Vice President Management of Postage Stamps, Deutsche Post AG. AutoMuseum director Eberhard Kittler viewed the new postage stamp together with Jennifer Dengler, the responsible museum specialist, and graphic designer Thomas Serres.

World premiere of the VW CC1 in 1998.

11 April 2017. A futuristic prototype, which is nearly 20 years old, will be on public display for the first time with the official transfer of the freshly restored VW CC1 to the Volkswagen Auto Museum by Herfried Wichern and Markus Wassermann, testing employees at EDAG Engineering GmbH in Gifhorn, Germany. Until then, the car had only been shown internally at the company as the four-seat car at Volkswagen Research in Wolfsburg was essentially a precursor to the later Audi A2. Participating in the project was Christian Bartsch, who explained the technical details (low gross weight of 440 kg thanks to its complex lightweight construction, fuel consumption of just 2 litres/100 km). Bartsch is a member of the Volkswagen pro Ehrenamt ("Volkswagen Supports Volunteer Work") department managed by Ralf Thomas. Chairman Eberhard Kittler was pleased that the CC1 would now be part of the museum's permanent collection as a historic example of the innovative power of Volkswagen.

Electric Golf and NILS from the AutoMuseum at the Techno Classica

5 to 9 April 2017. Electric mobility was the focus of the Volkswagen Classic show booth at the Techno Classica show in Essen – and two eye-catching vehicles came from the Auto Museum. One of them was a green 1976 Golf whose combustion engine was replaced by an electric drive by Volkswagen Research. It is one of the oldest passenger cars in the collection to have this future-oriented traction system. The other is the NILS of 2011, which temporarily left its exhibit space at the Auto Museum to attend the car show. It is on permanent loan from Group Research, and it is a great attraction in the futuristic section of the Wolfsburg museum.

World record Polo is very real in the virtual studio.

5 April 2017. The Volkswagen AutoMuseum is now showing a rare exhibit item at the Virtual Studio GmbH at Daimlerstraße 18 in Wolfsburg: the world record setting Polo G40 of 1985. The car had 129 PS of power and set the record for average speed during a 24-hour endurance trial: 208 km/h. It demonstrated just how durable the new G supercharger of that time was. The car is still a genuine head-turner, appealing to both employees and guests of the museum. Its stylistic elements combine contemporary design and the car's required functionality – so it performed precisely the task that a virtual studio describes.

“Fashion Car Spring” in Braunschweig with Volkswagen gems.

1/2 April 2017. As is traditional on the first weekend in April, the city centre of Braunschweig transformed into a large automobile show space – with several dozen automotive classics on display. Among them were several Volkswagen models – including a beautiful Mexico Beetle Sunny Bug special series of 1984, which advertised for the AutoMuseum Volkswagen Foundation in neighbouring Wolfsburg. The vehicle belongs to Jürgen Kolle’s collection, who runs the Braunschweig historic vehicles collection (

Rabbit makes advertising at the Outlet Center for AutoMuseum Volkswagen.

31 March to 2 April 2017. For the third time, the AutoMuseum Volkswagen is displaying one of its exhibits at the Fashion Center at the info centre at Wolfsburg Fashion Outlet. This time it is an Rabbit from 1976 which was built on the factory plant in Wolfsburg. The production of the Rabbit, the American version of the Golf, started in Westmoreland/Penns. in 1977. In addition there was a small special exhibition on the outdoor plant of the Outlet Center on 1 and 2 April. The AutoMuseum showed the so called Rheila Golf GTI, the winner of the German Rallye championship in 1981 and the Polo G40.

Bernd Luz opens his unique PopArt exhibition “Legends of Le Mans.”

29 March 2017. AutoMuseum Volkswagen yesterday launched its new “Legends of Le Mans” art exhibition with an opening reception. The audience was visibly impressed by the works of artist Bernd Luz, offering a cross section through the history of the 24-hour race. Luz, who has a penchant for vintage racing, explained to the guests how he has skilfully portrayed his main protagonists, racing legends on four wheels, in the style of abstract PopArt. Using the example of his two favourites whose background stories he retold, Luz clearly demonstrated that very detailed research on the racing events is behind the pictures as well as his mastery of the painting technique. The whole collection of images as a Le Mans series is unique and can only be seen in the AutoMuseum Volkswagen. More information on the artist at

New Beetle book availabe in the shop.

20 March 2017. Keith Seume’s book “VW Beetle” is now published in German as “VW Käfer”. A Beetle lover and owner of several of the cult bugs, the author is very familiar with the history of the iconic Volkswagen, with over 21 million sales worldwide. In particular, Seume has taken on the design changes that the beetle underwent during its construction period, and illustrates them with about 400 studio-recorded pictures of individual models and details. Some of the models depicted are part of the AutoMuseum Volkswagen collection. Furthermore, the book deals with the country-specific versions of the bestseller and takes a look at its cultural influences within society. Whether as a beginning of a book collection about Beetles or to add to an existing one, the book is a must for any Beetle fan and is available in the AutoMuseum Volkswagen shop for €39.90 – also online (excl. shipping costs). Please contact with any questions or orders.

Pure summer feeling takes hold in the Volkswagen Auto Museum.

16 March 2017. Around 70 invited guests enjoyed the first feeling of beautiful weather this year at the Volkswagen Auto Museum. This was made possible by the 20 beautiful yet very diverse convertibles from five double decades of carmaking, which are being presented by the auto museum in its new special exhibition: "Open-air seduction. Cabriolet milestones." At the opening of the exhibit, Eberhard Kittler, Chairman of the foundation "Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen", pointed out noteworthy milestones in the history of cabriolet development. He thanked those who lent their cars to the exhibit, especially Volkswagen Classic and PS. Speicher in Einbeck, who made major contributions to the variety of the special show. Klaus-Dieter Ulrich – a long-time employee of Karmann who now manages the Volkswagen collection in Osnabrück – shared some of his knowledge of Karmann innovations in vehicle and convertible manufacturing. Lothar Meyer-Mertel, Managing Director of PS. Speicher, explained the exhibition concept of his very prominent museum, and Georg Ebeling, a private owner with a car in the exhibition, revealed how he came to acquire his Jaguar XK 140. Offering a glimpse into the future of convertible driving was Volkswagen designer Oliver Stefani who discussed the T-Cross Breeze, a trendy SUC (Sport Utility Cabriolet) concept car.

Auto Museum sends ancient Derby to Retro Classics.

2 to 5 March 2017. Four decades ago - in March 1977 - the notchback variant of the Polo Mk I arrived on the market. The AutoMuseum has in its collection a car that is probably the oldest existing Derby, which has been awakened from a long ‘Sleeping Beauty’ kind of sleep. The red two-door convertible is a pilot series vehicle and was built in the summer of 1976 as the 29th notchback offshoot ever. Many of its details still didn't match those of the production version. Now the car, which has been driven just a few kilometres, is being shown in the Volkswagen Classic Parts exhibition area at the Retro Classics show in Stuttgart, one of the largest vintage car shows in Europe, advertising for the Volkswagen Auto Museum there

Record-setting ARVW car in the TraumWerk model museum.

2 March 2017. An attraction of the special exhibition "Speed - 100 years of land speed records" was the 1980 ARVW speed champion of the Auto Museum, which was on loan to the exhibition in the Bavarian town of Anger near Bad Reichenhall. The model and toy museum, which opened in mid-2015, contains the collection of Hans-Peter Porsche, which includes true-to-scale models as well as a dozen automobiles that are worth seeing. As part of the special exhibition, valuable miniatures are also being presented, including the Blitzen-Benz, Fiat Mestopheles, Opel RAK-II and The Blue Flame. They come from Rainer Deutenbach, who optimised the ARVW in a wind tunnel in 1979/80. The special exhibition runs until 20 August 2017. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Karmann models on display at Bremen Classic Motorshow and a postscript to the Police Exhibition.

3 February 2017. One of the total of 13 rarities from the special show "The Karmann Treasure Chest" at the Bremen Classic Motorshow came from the AutoMuseum – the well preserved red VW Type 3 Convertible from 1961. The sibling model is part of the Volkswagen collection in Osnabrück and is currently undergoing restoration. Other stands were also showing rare Karmann exhibits. There has probably never been such a comprehensive exhibition focusing on Karmann before. However, a completely different vehicle was concealed in the VIP area closed to the public. This was the location for a Borgward Isabella in police livery, which was originally due to appear in the special exhibition by the AutoMuseum entitled “Follow me! German police vehicles in action”, which has been extended until 29 February. Reasons of logistics prevent this from happening – which is why we are showing it here, in picture form at least.

First road safety training day for children in the AutoMuseum.

29 January 2017. For the first time ever, the AutoMuseum Volkswagen was host to a road safety training day for children. The young participants aged between four and ten were particularly inspired by the ADACUS learning program from the ADAC. With a great deal of patience and a lot of fun, Presenter Melanie Persson and her glove puppet companion, ADACUS the raven, explained and practised how to behave correctly when using a zebra crossing or when crossing at traffic lights. And indeed neither of them failed to spot the tiniest mistake from their “fellow players”. Afterwards, the children had an opportunity to practice their knowledge in a separately laid out circuit which included the traffic signs that are also most important for children. On hand for the purpose were four highly coveted Bobby Cars. Colouring sheets and the TipToi game on road safety “Sicher im Straßenverkehr” provided additional practice exercises. Special thanks for their support go to the ADAC and Melanie Persson, Volkswagen Accessories, the local road safety organisation Verkehrswacht Wolfsburg as well as to Ravensburger and the publisher Westermann for sponsoring the games. 

New Year's Reception 2017.

18 January 2017. In addition to the traditional review of 2016 and a look ahead to the AutoMuseum's forthcoming activities for 2017, this year's New Year's Reception offered a very special highlight: Ernest Jovic had travelled all the way from Sarajevo especially to hand over his late father's TAS Golf as a gift to the AutoMuseum. Museum Chairman Eberhard Kittler was delighted by the new addition, which is indeed a great rarity in Germany, and promptly presented the accompanying original invoice for 246,071 dinars to the attendant guests. In fact, Jovic's father actually paid a sum of 12,654.03 deutschmarks for the car in 1982 so that he could take it from the forecourt straight away. The audience, with invited guests including Professor Hahn, former Management Board Chairman of Volkswagen AG and Wendelin Göbel, Secretary General of the current Management Board, were all similarly impressed. To conclude the evening, Foundation Chairman Eberhard Kittler introduced his team of employees.

Opening event: photography exhibition "Seeing behind the eyes."

10 January 2017. The AutoMuseum Volkswagen launched its new year of shows with the opening of the photography exhibition “Seeing behind the eyes” by Kai Grüber. The artist explained to the invited guests how he had arrived at his theme of abstract photography with the aid of the blurring technique. The key question of “How can I bring what I have in my head onto a picture" was his guiding idea, as was the idea of leaving viewers enough scope for their own world of thoughts by means of a personal memory. The 25 pictures from Germany and China were not only well received by the guests in attendance on the evening. In a preliminary interview, the artist revealed that some of the motifs now on show in the AutoMuseum provided the background on the video wall at the premier by star violinist Nigel Kennedy in Berlin at the end of last year, which was part of the DRIVE programme of concerts. Those wishing to find out more about the photographer and his pictures are recommended to take a look at the website

Collection handover to Caritas Mittagstisch.

5 January 2017. An ecumenical gospel evening was held in the AutoMuseum Volkswagen for the first time in December 2016 under the slogan "Change down a gear". The response was overwhelming, the guests were delighted by the concert which was peppered with short prayers, as well as by the atmosphere in the AutoMuseum. This was apparent not only from the amount of applause and community singing, but also in the generous donations made. The proceeds of €513.50 have now been handed over to Rüdiger Schingale at Caritas Mittagstisch meal provision service in Wolfsburg. Rev. Thomas Hoffmann and provost Ulrich Lincoln were – as impressed as everyone else – by the amount collected: Thank you for that. Choirmaster Paul Gerhard Blüthner encouraged everyone to think about a follow-up and the AutoMuseum team is happy to oblige!

25 years of Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen.

5 January 2017. A quarter of a century ago or more precisely, on 1 January 1992, the former Volkswagen Museum (founded 26 April 1985) became a charitable foundation. To mark this occasion, the local Chamber of Commerce in Lüneburg-Wolfsburg presented a certificate that will be on display in the AutoMuseum in future. The first chairman of the board of the foundation was Dr Bernd Wiersch, followed by Horst Beilharz, Dirk-Michael Conradt and Eberhard Kittler.