Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia 1959 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia is considered as the most luxurious, stylish, and advanced model in the world of classic and sports cars. It is a small four-door saloon car, which was a joint effort between Volkswagen and Karmann in the 1960s. The very first model of the Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia was designed by Dietrich von Schiller, who had joined the VW company in 1959. The design of this car was innovative as it incorporated two curved roof spouts, one on each side of the car. This feature helped the car to breathe easier. Today you will find the Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia being used as a top-grade classic car and even the interior design and decoration has been preserved and improved over the years to make it as comfortable and pleasurable for the owner.
There were two types of the Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia. One of them was the touring roadsters which were meant for leisure and romantic trips. These cars were equipped with all the luxuries of home including air conditioners, music system, DVD player, TV, and so on. The other variety of this car was the rally roadsters which were race cars modified for high-speed rallies. These models were faster, more aggressive, and fast than regular roadsters. You can find these roadsters in Europe, United States, and Japan.
In the 1960s, the Karmann Ghia became a joint project between the VW company and Karmann, the two companies decided that they would construct a car which incorporated both the best of both the worlds. The result was a unique car which was referred to as the'Volkswagen of the skies'. Today, the cars that have been modified for classic racing are referred to as roadsters. In fact, when you take a look at these cars you will find out why they are so popular amongst owners of modern day luxury cars.