If you are looking for a multi passenger rental vehicle at a price that won't break the bank then Signature's fleet of VW self-drive vehicles will fit the bill. With a proud history of building iconic cars since 1936 Volkswagen models offer exceptional quality standards down to the last detail.
All our VWs are selected carefully and built to exacting standards as you would expect from this Germaqn Marque.
To see which Volkswagen suits your transportation needs, simply click on the model above for prices and further information. Alternatively call one of our experienced customer care advisors on 0207 118 2244 who can talk you through all the benefits of each model we have on fleet in our London showroom.
In 1937, the government of Germany created a new state-owned automobile company, then known as Gesellschaft zur Vorbereitung des Deutschen Volkswagens mbH and later renamed Volkswagenwerk, or “The People's Car Company“.
Sales of the Volkswagen cars were initially slow in the USA compared to other parts of the world, due to the car's historic connections in addition to its small size and unusual rounded shape. However, in 1959, an advertising agency launched a landmark campaign; giving the “Beetle” it's now world famous name and advertising its small size as an advantage to customers. Over the next several years, VW became the top-selling auto import in the United States.
Initially the Beetle surpassed the longstanding worldwide production record of 15 million vehicles but grew sluggish in the early 1970s. Volkswagen bounced back with the introduction of sportier models including the Rabbit and the Golf. In 1998, the company began selling the "New Beetle" while still producing its predecessor. After nearly 70 years and more than 21 million units produced' the last original Beetle rolled off the line in 2003.
Volkswagen is one of the biggest companies in the world. It has factories in 31 countries, and its products are sold in 153 countries across the globe.
The Volkswagen Type 2, known officially as the Transporter, Kombi or Microbus, or, informally, as the Bus in the USA or Camper Van in the UK was introduced in 1950 by Volkswagen as its second car model following the successful launch of the popular Type 1 Beetle.
As one of the forerunners of modern cargo and passenger vans, the Type 2 Transporter gave rise to forward control panel van in the United States in the 1960s. In contrast to other rear engine Volkswagens, which evolved over time but didn't have all-new models introduced, the Transporter not only evolved, but was completely revised periodically.