Volkswagen took centre stage at used Europe’s leading car expo, the Geneva Motor Show this week. Revealing four world firsts focusing on e-mobility and performance and the reception was electric!
The ID. BUGGY demonstrates the flexibility of the brand’s modular electric drive matrix (MEB) electric car platform.
The popular US dune buggy of the 1960s and 1970s was based on the Beetle chassis and today the MEB demonstrates similar traits as Volkswagen underscores the platform’s potential .
The latest evolution of the Passat was revealed to be more comfortable, more digital, and more technologically sophisticated than ever before. With the latest brand innovations such as the Travel Assist feature, making its world premiere in the Passat it can travel – partially automated – at up to 130mph.
The capacitive steering wheel that detects touch by the driver, providing an interactive interface Travel Assist and other systems.
The T-Roc range has a new star with the T-Roc R concept car. Developed by Volkswagen R, this powerful, funky, crossover vehicle boasts impressive performance. The four-cylinder 2.0-litre TSI engine has an output of 300PS and torque of 400Nm, which can be used to accelerate the T-Roc R from 0 to 62mph in 4.9 seconds, while the top speed is electronically limited to 155mph.
The Touraeg came to the Geneva party with a new V8 TDI engine under the bonnet. The 421PS turbodiesel powerplant produces a maximum torque of 900Nm, making it the most powerful diesel SUV from any German car manufacturer. The new V8 version meets the requirements of the Euro 6d-TEMP emission standard.