Volkswagen remains committed to a future 7-seater SUV

volkswagen-cross-blue-coupe-concept-12-dm-700pxVolkswagen wants a crossover to the U.S. market. A crossover with a different approach to that offered by the Volkswagen Touareg, the Volkswagen Tiguan or what the future may offer Volkswagen Taigun production. A crossover of 6 or 7 seats, 3 rows of seats, a crossover that took care of ahead of the Volkswagen Concept CrossBlue.

From the other side of the Atlantic, from the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, located in Puebla, Mexico, Frank Fischer, chief brand operations at the plant, has shown strong commitment to this model, which is built at its plant well … and warns us that soon or at least before we end this year, we will hear from the final decision.

volkswagen-crossblue-concept-adelanto-01-dm-700pxA new approach SUV that appears to be quite willing to go to production, advancing with a firm step and with the support of two concept versions, the original and a second alternative coupé body, the Volkswagen Concept Coupe CrossBlue. His arrival in Europe is still unknown, perhaps here, just see the range extended hand SUV Volkswagen Taigun as cheaper option than the Volkswagen Tiguan.



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