"Fahrvergnugen," which some people pronounce as "far fig newton" is translates roughly as driving pleasure. This word was popularized in the US by a series of Volkswagen commercials.
According to Germany.info, Fahrvergnügen is a German word which means the enjoyment or pleasure Germans derive from driving their cars. It was derived fro the two words fahren, meaning to drive and Vergnügen, which could roughly be translated as enjoyment or pleasure.
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