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Volkswagen is the brand name for a line of automobiles originally produced in Germany. Though the company is still headquartered in Germany, Volkswagens are now manufactured and assembled in many countries, including the United States. According to the Wall Street Journal, Volkswagen held a 2.3 percent share of the US motor vehicle market in 2010. The iconic Volkswagen Beetle, with its engine located in the rear of the car and trunk in the front, remains popular and widely available even though production ceased in 2003.