2015 Volkswagen Passat
We are able to not expect that the 2015 Volkswagen Passat and Passat variant will just be optically radically modified. bigger news are going to actually be beneath. the 2015 vw Passat will just be built inside the all-new mqb platform and we are able to expect coming from the vehicle to actually be considerably lighter and additional fuel efficient.
for your own design of one’s front 2015 Passat can have the blue cross concept look. giant headlights, a rapid, pronounced grille and relatively giant black surfaces, provide additional character in the Passat. the hood creases are currently less obvious, whereas the lower bumper has actually been slightly restyled. with the rear, the lightweight clusters are tweaked additional, a trend which has recently been used, partly as a result of new lighting technologies will currently provide that possibility.
as for your own tech goodies which will hide beneath the hood, vw is believed to actually be developing a brand new bitdi ( bi-turbo tdi ) diesel that must provide at the very least 200 hp. another vital novelty ought to be a plug-in hybrid version employing a 1. 4-liter turbocharged petrol unit and an electrical motor, with its combined output sitting at 170 hp and its electric-only vary at 50 km ( 31 miles ). vw ought to too provide turbocharged petrol units ( tsis ) with displacements of 1. 4, 1. 8 and 2. zero liters, with outputs ranging between 130 and 250 hp.
successive generation of one’s Passat b8 will just be introduced via the Volkswagen within the mid 2014 and the early 2015. we can’t expect that the new passt will just be cheaper despite lower emission values.
VW has recently launched an all-new MQB platform and one of the first future vehicles that will be underpinned by it is the Passat, which is expected to receive a new generation in mid-2014.
The vehicle will be a tad larger than the current generation and while the sedan and the estate will keep their identity, the CC model will be moved upmarket, being slotted between the Passat and the Phaeton, with the carmaker expected to also introduce coupe and convertible versions.
As for the tech goodies that will hide under the hood, VW is believed to be developing a new biTDI (bi-turbo TDI) diesel that should offer at least 200 hp. Another important novelty should be a plug-in hybrid version using a 1.4-liter turbocharged petrol unit and an electric motor, with its combined output sitting
at 170 hp and its electric-only range at 50 km (31 miles). VW should also offer turbocharged petrol units (TSIs) with displacements of 1.4, 1.8 and 2.0 liters, with outputs ranging between 130 and 250 hp