The title brand of the VW Group might not be getting the flashiest car models, when compared to Audi or Porsche, but they remain competitive where it really matters: building fairly priced autos for the wide public. Nearly the entire lineup of this German manufacturer is being revitalized in 2020, but some of the models come all new and this is where we will be focusing our attention in today’s episode. A bunch of new crossovers, electric cars, pickups and much much more!
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#1 2020 VW Golf MK8
The best-selling German hatch Volkswagen Golf has been with us for 45 years, so the arrival of the 8th generation is indeed a big deal for the fans, especially since the upgrades are extensive and probably controversial.
#2 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport
On the market since 2018, the mid-size Atlas is not exactly ancient itself, but until this year, it existed only in a 3-row 7-seat version. In 2020, the mid-size SUV gains a slightly smaller sibling, named VW Atlas Cross Sport, that offers a completely new interior layout for 5 people.
#3 2021 Volkswagen ID.3
The electric version of the Golf was discontinued in 2019 and is being replaced by the similarly-sized EV hatchback ID.3 built on the MEB skateboard platform. This modular chassis will underpin all of the new generation electric cars and crossovers by the VW Group in the foreseeable future.
#4 2020 Volkswagen Tarok
2020 Volkswagen Tarok is a new compact pick-up from the brand that will most likely be released exclusively for the Latin American market.
#5 2020 VW T-Roc R
If you like the subcompact T-Roc crossover, but wish it had a little more zap, VW has prepared an all-new 2020 T-Roc R just for you. The model gets sportier looks and a 300-hp engine, that paired with an AWD and a new Racing drive mode, allows for 0-60 acceleration in 4.9 seconds. In addition, starting from spring 2020, you will be able to order the standard model in its first roof-less variant – VW T-Roc Cabriolet.
#6 2020 Volkswagen Passat
2020 Volkswagen Passat is fully redesigned this year. In Europe, it rides on the new MQB platform, while the US model keeps its older underpinnings, but get new exterior design, more tech, and a price drop by $2,000.
#7 2020 VW ID. Space Vizzion
VW describes their latest addition to the ID lineup, of electric vehicles, the ID. Space Vizzion, as a Grand Tourer with superior aerodynamics and spaciousness of an SUV, so in simple terms this is a station wagon of the future.
#8 2020 VW e-UP!
Though you will not notice any huge changes on the outside, the 2020 VW e-UP! city-car actually arrives thoroughly revised this year, boasting of a new powertrain, more range, and surprisingly, a more modest price tag, starting in Germany from €22k before incentives.
#9 2020 VW Atlas Basecamp & Adventure Concepts
To demonstrate that Transporter is not the only recreation-ready platform in its range, in 2019, the VW unveiled two new concepts based on its 7-seat Atlas SUV – Atlas Basecamp & Adventure.
#10 2020 VW Transporter T6.1
Though the latest generation Transported is only 4-years old, the German decided to roll-out an updated 2020 VW Transporter T6.1, with all-of-the modern technology and connectivity features.