To VW's credit, it showed the XL1 as a running prototype two years ago and now plans to put it into production, to be built alongside the VW Golf Cabriolet at the old Karmann Ghia factory.
What does KG stand for?
KG stands for Karmann Ghia (car model by Volkswagen, 1955-74)
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We have 20 other meanings of KG in our Acronym Attic
- Knit from Your Stash
- Kane Fracture Zone (geoscience)
- Karosseriebau Frank Zapf (automotive repair shop; Germany)
- Kingston Free Zone (free trade zone; Jamaica)
- Kleinanzeigen Flohmarkt Zeitung (German: Flea Market Newspaper Classifieds)
- Kraftfahrzeug (common German abbreviation for car)
- Kish Free Zone Organization (Iran)
- Kampfgeschwader (German bomber regiment)
- Kanematsu-Gosho Co., Inc. (Japan)
- Kappa Gamma (fraternity)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1972 KARMANN GHIA This beauty looks like any other Karmann Ghia convertible.
Built in the Karmann factory at Osnabruck, the Scirocco drove off the line in 1974 as a replacement for the old Karmann Ghia coupe.
While the Karmann Ghia tended to appeal to female customers, the Scirocco, designed by Italdesign in Turin, appealed equally to female and male car drivers.
The 36-year-old would like to get her hands on a Karmann Ghia but, due to the expense involved in securing one of these little beauties, Lucy might have to wait a while longer.
They want to use my car, a 1970s Karmann Ghia convertible, in the scene and they wanted to know where the hell I was.
Conceptually the new Scirocco is a counterpart to the original version; this is because in the mid-1970s the successor to the Karmann Ghia also set out on new paths, both technically and visually.
There he created the famed Ghia-built "Idea Cars" (which included the Chrysler D'Elegance that was shrunken to create VW's Karmann Ghia and the Norseman that sunk along with the Andrea Doria off the coast of Nantucket), and ushered in the "Forward Look" that literally sent Harley Earl's eventual successor, Bill Mitchell, back to the drawing board.