KUALA LUMPUR - Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) today kicked off Volkswagen Fest 2022, a celebration of music, culture, and everything Volkswagen. Returning from a two-year hiatus, the festival takes place this weekend at the iconic Sentul Depot in Kuala Lumpur.
This year's festival promises to be even bigger than before, with a stellar line up of activities and entertainment for fans of the brand to fully immerse themselves in, with the main highlight being the sneak preview of the all-electric ID. 4.
Over the two days, guests will get the opportunity to take a closer look at the full line up of Volkswagen models, which include the Arteon fastback, the Golf family and the Tiguan Allspace range. The models are also available for test drives.
Volkswagen owners visiting the festival can enjoy a complimentary 20-point vehicle health check on their cars over the two days, offered via registration on the Volkswagen Cares App, or on a walk-in basis (subject to availability). Additionally, the Das WeltAuto team will be on site for those interested in purchasing a pre-owned Volkswagen car.
To celebrate the brand's rich heritage, an impressive range of classic Volkswagen vehicles will be on display, from the Golf and GTI, to other favourites like the Kombi, Beetle, a first generation Scirocco, and the elegant and curvy Karmann Ghia, and an extremely rare Corrado.
Throughout the two days, a Battle of the Bands will take place on the main stage, with the finals culminating on Sunday evening. On top of that, there will be special performances by popular local acts such as An Honest Mistake, Saint Kylo and Victor Trixter to entertain guests.
Other highlights to look out for are special appearances by football freestylers Zeem Ahmad and Qhouirunnisa at the Football Arena, KL's top food, beauty and lifestyle vendors at the bazaar and the rock-climbing wall at the #SUVW area.
Volkswagen Fest 2022 will take place on 15th and 16th October at Sentul Depot in Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours are:
· 10am - 10pm (15th October)
· 10am - 8pm (16th October)