Volkswagen introduced the updated MultivanFebruary 22, 2019
Volkswagen introduced the Multivan restyled minivan, which has undergone the first significant update since the sixth generation T-series vehicles were introduced in 2016. The model received a slightly modified appearance, an expanded set of standard and optional equipment, as well as a completely electrical modification.
Volkswagen Multivan 6.1, which debuted in Wolfsburg, can be distinguished from its predecessor thanks to a slightly different chrome grille and upgraded blocks of LED daytime running lights.
The list of basic equipment includes central locking, power windows, exterior mirrors with electric drive and heating, as well as LED interior lighting. Engineers refused to use the hydraulic power steering in favor of the electromechanical scheme, which made it possible to make active systems for keeping the row in motion and stabilizing the car with a strong side wind.
In addition, the minivan is available with the MIB3 infotainment complex with 8.0 and 9.2 inch touchscreen displays, Apple CarPlay interface and voice controls, as well as a fully digital 10.25 inch instrument panel.