Volkswagen officially confirmed the name of the new minivan that everyone already knewNovember 1, 2019
Large minivan Volkswagen Viloran ceased to be nameless in September. Now the brand has confirmed media reports, adding that the novelty will flaunt the brand’s updated logo.
Back in the fall of 2018, it became known that Volkswagen was preparing a new minivan for the “celestial” market. Since that time, the future novelty regularly fell into the lens of the cameras of spyware, and last September the minivan finally got the name Viloran, which is now officially confirmed. The debut new items are going to organize in late November as part of the upcoming motor show in Guangzhou. To warm up interest in the new product before the premiere, the brand released several teasers. Thanks to one of them, we learn that Volkswagen Viloran is the first in China to receive an updated VW logo.
Externally, the car, which, according to preliminary data, was based on the MQB platform, resembles the latest generation Volkswagen Touareg: similar optics and a radiator grill. The new minivan relies on a spectacular front bumper with chrome elements, as well as original taillights, interconnected by a chrome insert.
Viloran reaches 5.1 meters in length, which makes it larger than the current Volkswagen Sharan with a length of 4,952 mm. It is assumed that the new interior will be designed for five or seven seats. The 2 + 2 + 2 layout popular among Chinese MPVs is also expected.
Under the hood of the minivan there will be a two-liter gasoline “turbo four” with a capacity of 220 hp, combined with 7AKPP. But all-wheel drive is not yet known. Serial production of Viloran will be a joint venture of VW and SAIC. Prices for the novelty are kept secret. So far only Chinese motorists have read it, however, spy shots from Europe suggest that Viloran will receive the status of a global model.
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