Volkswagen and Volvo have teamed up to make some awesome cars.

In fact, the two companies have announced the creation of a car parts brand that will bring VW and Volvo parts together, with the aim of offering a “more comprehensive experience” for its customers.

VW says it will bring its Car Parts Brand to Volvo’s brand and “a new level of customer service, and better quality.” 

What you need to know about VW cars and parts: Volkswagen will make a car part called the VW Car Parts Plus line that will go on sale in the U.S. in 2018, with plans to expand it globally in the coming years.

The new line will include parts for the Golf, Passat, Golf E-Golf, and Golf GTI.

In addition, Volkswagen will offer “a range of quality car parts,” such as body and interior parts, steering wheel, suspension, exhaust, and cooling systems, as well as brake pads, suspension bushings, and airbags.

Volvo is also planning to release a new car and parts line, called the Volkswagen Connect.

VW Connect will include a variety of VW vehicles that will be available in different sizes and colors, and will include new VW vehicles in 2018 and 2019, with prices starting at $20,000 and going up to $50,000, respectively.

Volkswagen says its new line is designed to “make the experience for consumers as seamless as possible” and that it is “designed to deliver the best possible value” to its customers, and that VW is “working closely with suppliers to bring these new products to market as quickly as possible.”

Volts cars, meanwhile, will include the Volkswagen Golf and the VW Passat.

 Volks car parts will be sold through Volvo’s online store and through some of the company’s other car parts suppliers, including VW, Nissan, and Hyundai.

Volckwagen is also looking to make a push into the automotive parts business.

In the summer of 2018, it acquired U.K. parts manufacturer Okehampton, and it has announced plans to create its own car parts division.

The new brand will focus on new-car parts for “new, high-quality, and high-value vehicles,” according to Volkswagen.