Volkswagen will introduce new crossovers in FebruaryJanuary 12, 2020
It has been confirmed that Volkswagen India will introduce four SUVs at Auto Expo next month.
Volkswagen India has become another brand that has confirmed its participation in the upcoming Auto Expo 2020, which is due to take place from February 7-12. Recently, German automakers revealed some names in the list of cars that will be on display at the auto show.
Volkswagen will unveil four new SUVs at the Auto Expo: A0 SUV, T-ROC, Tiguan AllSpace and ID Crozz EV SUV. Among these four models, the A0 SUV, which will compete with Hyundai ix35 and Kia Seltos, is one of this year’s most anticipated show models.
At the Auto Expo 2020 stage, the Volkswagen A0 SUV, which is the most interesting in the SUV lineup, will be shown as close to the production version. This model will be based on the MBA0 IN platform. With the revised base, the A0 SUV will have a 2651 mm wheelbase. Along with the new platform, the India-spec A0 SUV will come with new body panels and a redesigned interior.
According to expectations, the Volkswagen A0 will be powered by a 1.5-liter TSI Petrol engine, which can develop power up to 130 hp. While the diesel unit has little chance of appearing in the lineup of the upcoming SUV.
Steffen Knapp, Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India explained that “The company understands the rapidly changing preferences of Indian consumers, and accordingly Volkswagen will present one of the largest portfolios of off-road SUVs for Indian roads.”
He also emphasized the importance of safety for future SUVs in the market. Knapp believes that providing reliable and safe vehicles will satisfy the demand and problems of Indian customers.
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