article article The VW Beetle is a beautiful little car that has an iconic appearance that is almost a visual representation of the world of Volkswagen.

And now the VW brand is getting its own museum.

The museum is named the VW Museum of Automobiles, or WMI, and it is located in Frankfurt, Germany.

The VW Museum is a part of the VW Group’s new “world-class” automotive museum and will include a car museum, art galleries, a car-repair shop, a museum for children, a children’s play area, and a new museum for adults.

The WMI will also include a replica of the original VW Beetle from the 1960s and a museum exhibit about the history of the Beetle.

Volkswagen says it will build the museum from the ground up and is already in discussions with the city of Frankfurt.

“We are looking forward to this new partnership,” VW Group chairman and CEO Dieter Zetsche said in a statement.

“The VW Museum will be a major addition to the WMI and we believe it will be one of the most impressive attractions in the city.”

It will also feature an original VW model, a Volkswagen Beetle and an original model of the Volkswagen Golf, which will go on display in the museum.

VW will also build a small museum dedicated to the history and culture of VW, as well as a smaller museum dedicated solely to the VW-related products.

“As we grow and develop our business, we also have a great interest in the future of the Museum of Motor Vehicles, and in the development of a unique collection of the brand’s most important products,” said Wolfgang Ullrich, CEO of the WMB Group, which manages the VW Brand.

“These partnerships will be the beginning of a new chapter in the WMC Museum, which we will be working to develop with the City of Frankfurt.”

The VW-branded museums will be housed at the Volkswagen Museum in Frankfurt.

Volkswagen already has a museum in the U.K., in Liverpool, which has a different theme.

The new WMI is set to open this summer.

Volkswagen will also soon unveil a new vehicle, the Golf, at the UAW-supported Goodwood Festival of Speed.