Las week we saw the new Volkswagen Lavida Plus sedan, so now it is time for the Gran Lavida Plus, the station wagon version. It will have its public debut later this month on the 2018 Beijing Auto Show.
This is the new Volkswagen Lavida Plus. Is it the successor of the best selling Lavida? Yes, and no. In typical Chinese fashion the current Lavida will continue, it will be sold alongside the Lavida Plus. After some time, likely two years, the old Lavida will finally retire. And by that time the Lavida Plus will be the only Lavida around.
This is the Volkswagen Tayron, a new mid-size SUV for China. It will debut on the Beijing Auto Show later this month and launch on the Chinese car market in the second half of the year.
New photos of the upcoming new Volkswagen Lavida sedan. It will debut next month on the Beijing Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter. It certainly looks far more modern than its predecessor, but it also looks bland and boring.
Volkswagen goes on the SUV-offensive in China
Volkswagen has launched two new SUVs in China. The pair will hit the Chinese car market in Q4. They are based on the short-wheelbase Volkswagen Tiguan. The names are a bit odd…
Volkswagen goes into electric cars for the masses in China
A completely naked 2019 Volkswagen Touareg SUV has been spied in Beijing, painted in black with an R logo in the grille. The new Touareg will have its worldwide debut in April on the Beijing Auto Show.
This is the new cheap Volkswagen EV for China, seen on leaked patent drawings. It will use the Seat logo and Seat’s Chinese name. The space for the square-shaped Seat badge is clearly visible on the grille. Sadly, and somewhat badly, the whole car is a rather lazy job.
Volkswagen T-Roc goes long-wheelbase for China
Everything has to be bigger in China, and even compact crossovers can’t escape. These are the first photos of the China-spec Volkswagen T-Roc, and naturally is it larger than in the rest of the world.