NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) – The Volkswagen Golf is going back to its Rabbit roots.
The company announced at the New York Auto Show Wednesday that it will start using the Rabbit name on the car that it has been selling as the Golf since 1984, when the company dropped the Rabbit name in favor a global name plate. The vehicle will still be sold as the Golf outside of North America.
I always thought Golf was a silly name, but I owned a GTI version for a few years. Welcome back, Rabbit!