Volkswagen Viloran minivan predicted the future of the global modelOctober 14, 2019
The main market for new items will be China. However, the test prototypes that have been seen on the roads of Europe, allow us to hope that the new MPV from Volkswagen will get outside the Celestial Empire.
The fact that the new minivan from Volkswagen will be named “Viloran” became known last month, when new photos taken in the PRC leaked to the Network. Now, at the Autohome forum, new VW Viloran images have been posted all made in China. One of these shots was probably taken during the filming of the commercial, which indicates the imminent premiere of the novelty. These and other spy shots that have come across on the Web earlier indicate that the serial Viloran will receive a grille and headlights in the spirit of the latest generation VW Touareg crossover.
According to experts, the novelty, whose length will be about 5.1 meters, will receive the MQB platform. Viloran will be available for purchase in five- and seven-seater options. Perhaps the minivan in one of its versions will receive the 2 + 2 + 2 format, popular in China today.
Chinese motorists will be offered a car with a two-liter 220-horsepower gasoline turbo four EA888 series, but there is no information on the availability of a full drive. The production of minivans is a joint venture between Volkswagen and SAIC. By the way, local media believe that over time, the German brand and FAW will release their counterpart Viloran in the form of a large crossover.
The minivan was somehow given a test drive in Spain, which gave the media reason to say that the novelty is aimed at Europe as well. Here she can change three models at once VW Sharan, Touran and Golf Sportsvan. European Viloran can change the name and acquire its own motor line.
Meanwhile, GM and SAIC showed an eight-seater minivan, under the hood of which lies an uncontested one and a half liter turbo engine with a capacity of 147 horsepower.
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