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GERMANY-AUTOSHOW/
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September 17, 2009
A model dressed as a crash-test dummy sits in front of a Volkswagen Lupo during a break of his advertisement...
Frankfurt, Germany
A model dressed as a crash-test dummy sits in front of a Volkswagen Lupo during a break of his advertisement...
A model dressed as a crash-test dummy sits in front of a Volkswagen Lupo during a break of his advertisement engagement at the international car show "IAA" in Frankfurt, September 17, 2009. The world's biggest auto show will run until September 27. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY TRANSPORT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUTOS VOLKSWAGEN PLANTS
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July 12, 2005
A worker walks between Volkswagen cars at the German carmaker's Brussels plant, Belgium, July 12, 2005....
Brussels, Belgium
A worker at German carmaker Volkswagen's Brussels plant walks between cars in Brussels.
A worker walks between Volkswagen cars at the German carmaker's Brussels plant, Belgium, July 12, 2005. Volkswagen has not decided whether to close any plant to cut costs and boost earnings, Europe's biggest carmaker said on Monday, dismissing as speculation talk that its Brussels plant may shut. The Brussels plant is often cited as a potential candidate to shut down should Volkswagen reduce production capacity in Europe. One of VW's older plants, it employs 5,700 staff and makes the Volkswagen Golf and Lupo and Audi A3 models. TPORT REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/PN
AUTOS VOLKSWAGEN PLANTS
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July 12, 2005
A cyclist rides past the main entrance of German carmaker Volkswagen's Brussels plant, Belgium, July...
Brussels, Belgium
Cyclist rides past main entrance of German carmaker Volkswagen's Brussels plant.
A cyclist rides past the main entrance of German carmaker Volkswagen's Brussels plant, Belgium, July 12, 2005. Volkswagen has not decided whether to close any plant to cut costs and boost earnings, Europe's biggest carmaker said on Monday, dismissing as speculation talk that its Brussels plant may shut. The Brussels plant is often cited as a potential candidate to shut down should Volkswagen reduce production capacity in Europe. One of VW's older plants, it employs 5,700 staff and makes the Volkswagen Golf and Lupo and Audi A3 models. REUTERS/Yves Herman YH/PN
VOLKSWAGEN
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November 20, 2002
Employees work on a Volkswagen Lupo car model the assembly line at the Brussels plant of German car maker...
Brussels, Belgium
Employees work on a Volkswagen Lupo car model the assembly line at the Brussels plant of German car .....
Employees work on a Volkswagen Lupo car model the assembly line at the Brussels plant of German car maker Volkswagen, November 20, 2002. The Brussels plant was awarded by Belgian authorities of the certificate of EMAS (Eco management and Audit Scheme)
BELGIUM VOLKSWAGEN
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November 20, 2002
Employees work on a Volkswagen Lupo car model the assembly line at the
Brussels plant of German car...
Brussels, Belgium
EMPLOYEES ON ASSEMBLY LINE WORK ON LUPO CAR AT VOLKSWAGEN PLANT IN
BRUSSELS.
Employees work on a Volkswagen Lupo car model the assembly line at the
Brussels plant of German car maker Volkswagen, November 20, 2002. The
Brussels plant was awarded by Belgian authorities of the certificate of
EMAS (Eco management and Audit Scheme) REUTERS/Yves Herman

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GERMANY
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September 03, 2002
Bernd Pischetsrieder (R), CEO of Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen
AG talks to Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian...
Wolfsburg, Germany
VOLKKSWAGEN CEO PISCHETSRIEDER TALKS TO BAVARIAN PREMIER STOIBER IN
WOLFSBURG.
Bernd Pischetsrieder (R), CEO of Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen
AG talks to Edmund Stoiber, Bavarian state premier and conservative
challenger of Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder in the September 22 general
elections as Stoiber sits at the steering wheel of a VW Lupo during a
visit of the plant in Wolfsburg September 3, 2002. The conservative
challenger began the final phase of his election campaign where Stoiber
is facing a hard challenger in Schroeder. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
REUTERS

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EUROPE
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February 24, 2000
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news conference with Luc...
Brussels, Belgium
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news conference with Lu.....
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news conference with Luc Werring, (R) Head of the Road Safety European Commision, before the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24.[ Seven new supermini models were tested while the Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the tests] conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.
EUROPE
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February 24, 2000
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of the...
Brussels, Belgium
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of th.....
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of the Road Safety European Commission, next to a crashed Fiat Punto at the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24. [Seven new supermini models -- Fiat Punto, Volkswagen Lupo, Mcc Smart, Hyundai Atoz, Vauxhall Corsa, Honda Logo and Lancia Ypsilon had been tested. The Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the test ] conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.
EUROPE CARS
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February 24, 2000
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news cobnference with Luc...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION.
International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (C) speaks during a news cobnference with Luc Werring, (R) Head of the Road Safety European Commision, before the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24. Seven new supermini models were tested while the Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the tests conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.

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EUROPE CARS
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February 24, 2000
FIA PRESIDENT MAX MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH THE HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION NEXT TO A CRASHED...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
FIA PRESIDENT MAX MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH THE HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION NEXT TO A ...
FIA PRESIDENT MAX MOSLEY SPEAKS WITH THE HEAD OF THE ROAD SAFETY EUROPEAN COMMISSION NEXT TO A CRASHED CAR.


International Automobile Federation President Max Mosley (R) speaks with Luc Werring, (L) Head of the Road Safety European Commission, next to a crashed Fiat Punto at the presentation of European car crash test results at the Autoworld museum in Brussels February 24. Seven new supermini models - Fiat Punto, Volkswagen Lupo, Mcc Smart, Hyundai Atoz, Vauxhall Corsa, Honda Logo and Lancia Ypsilon had been tested. The Fiat Punto and the Volkswagen Lupo, won the top four-star rating in the test conducted by the European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP). However, European consumer associations urged carmakers and the European Union to improve car designs after crash tests showed some vehicles posed a risk to passengers and pedestrians.
GERMANY VOLKSWAGEN
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March 25, 1999
Ferdinand Piech, chief executive of Volkswagen AG (VW) opens the door of a VW Lupo 1,2 TDI with 3 cylinders...
Wolfsburg, Germany
HEAD OF VOLKSWAGEN AG OPENS A DOOR OF A VW LUPO IN WOLFSBURG.
Ferdinand Piech, chief executive of Volkswagen AG (VW) opens the door of a VW Lupo 1,2 TDI with 3 cylinders and a 60 horsepower (PS) turbo diesel engine, before the German carmaker's annual news conference in Wolfsburg March 25. Piech earlier reported the company's 1998 earnings.

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