At the end of 2010 introduced the current model 2015 VW Passat at the Paris Motor Show.And while VW continues to eject more variants only represented the seventh generation of the Golf, the same MQB platform will be used by engineers for the development of next-generation 2015 VW Passat.
Its successor is expected in 2014. and in the second quarter.Sales of this car is expected in 2015
MQB was created as a way to further standardize parts, thereby scaling costs. However, it can not be seen by looking to the Golf course that the item looks “from above.” Mass reduction does not look so impressive if we compare the last brand new Golf, the fourth generation, with only presented the seventh generation, but the new generation still possesses some of the great security system.
The place where you will get real savings in consumption is under the hood. For example, cylinder deactivation is part of the standard equipment for the 1.4 TSI engine developing 140 hp. Auto Start & Stop will no doubt be part of the standard for the next generation of the 2015 VW Passat.
2015 VW Passat design
With the design, 2015 VW Passat will evolve in the same direction as the Golf. Simple elegance is the key word here. Fresh figures show an elongated roof line of sedans, which are almost lost in the last Luminous group, with a steady line profiles. And that’s it. Without any emotion, chromium application and any imagination, exactly what customers Passat and desire.
Front, next to the redesigned bumper and lights, fog lights, 2015 VW Passat receives Taigun / CrossBlue-like grill and binocular groups with LED strips. Bulges on the hood will be less noticeable, while the lower bumper to be little changed.
Apart from the new design, the attention attracted by announcements of new bodywork variants. Specifically, in addition to the already known Sedan, Variant and CC version, the new 2015 VW Passat is supposed to be available as a two-door coupe (expected in mid-2015th years) and as a convertible.
Also announces that the new Passat distinguished and spacious interior with higher quality materials, engines with reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, and there will also be a hybrid version, six-speed manual transmission, DSG transmission, drive to all four wheels, a start / stop system. The engine is currently referred petrol 1.4, 1.8 and 2.0 TSI (with power range from 130 to 250 hp), and the 2.0 TDI and 2.0 BiTDI diesels.
The basic principle will be based on the notion of simple elegance.