Spied: New VW Passat’s Similar Design

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The Volkswagen Passat is no more in North America, but the mid-size variant is still very much alive on the European continent. In the pipeline is a fresh generation that will only exist as a station wagon. We don’t have a definitive launch date yet, however, there are new spy snaps exhibiting an ongoing development of the 2024 Passat.

Our shutterbugs recently photographed this white prototype on the roads of snowy Sweden, effectively camouflaged. It was in fact the same car that we had spied a month ago, leading us to believe that the Volkswagen firm based in Wolfsburg is still in Northern Europe doing its winter testing program for the upcoming Passat. Even though it appears nearly the same as the current version available in Europe, that could not be further from the truth.

No doubt, Volkswagen won’t make huge transformations to the outdoor components of the Passat– yet don’t be misled by this prototype covered up in disguise. The front end will now be more in line with the Golf MK8’s design, while drawing inspiration from VW’s ID collection. The wheelbase has been extended, resulting in the long-roofed car having very stylish dimensions. That large overhang at the back is evidence that it will have a larger trunk space than the current model.

Steadily and surely, the German car maker is electrifying its entire palette of models and the new Passat will be no exception. Most likely this will be the final Passat offered featuring combustion engines, although such turbocharged gasoline and diesel power plants may gain some type of hybrid assistance. A plugin hybrid drivetrain appears to be a given, yet a 100% electric version does not appear to be in the pipeline. Instead, Volkswagen intends to launch the Aero B electric sedan with similar external proportions.

Europe still exudes a longing for serviceable wagons and Volkswagen will take into account a few of those desires in the general part, where the new 2024 Passat will have similar internal components and motor choices with the upcoming Skoda Superb. It is expected that they will both be manufactured on the same production lines in Bratislava, Slovakia, and debut in Europe by the end of 2021.

Source: Automedia


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