For Volkswagen, 2023 will be busy! No less than 5 new features are on the program, and not the least: Golf, Tiguan, ID.7…
Next year will be rich for Volkswagen! The German manufacturer will release no less than 5 different novelties. And this, on some of the most important models of its range. To not miss any of these new models, follow the guide…
Volkswagen ID.Buzz: the electric and retro van!
wow! Schon 10.000 Bestellungen für unseren #VWIDBuzz. Wir freuen uns, dass der E-Bulli so gut ankommt. 💪 „Was für ein Vertrauensbeweis. Dafür ein ganz dickes Danke an unsere Kundinnen und Kunden!“, sagt Vertriebsvorständin Imelda Labbé.
Zum Beitrag auf @LinkedInDACH. 👇
—Volkswagen News (@volkswagen) August 17, 2022
The Volkswagen ID.Buzz was presented this year, but the majority of the first deliveries will come in early 2023. And that’s already success for the electric van: orders already exceed 2022 production capacities! It must be said that the ID.Buzz relies on the strong sympathy capital of the old Combi, with the added bonus of an electrical architecture inherited from the ID.5 SUV. A retro-futuristic look, a modular and uncluttered interior, utility versions, minibuses, even campervans… The ID. Buzz is already making a lot of noise. But at what price: the first versions are not available under the fateful bar of €60,000…
Volkswagen Tiguan 3 (March 2023): the SUV is upping its game
One of the best-selling models in the Volkswagen range, the Tiguan compact SUV goes to the third generation in 2023. But we do not change a winning recipe, and Volkswagen should evolve its star gently. Still sitting on the MQB platform (Golf, etc.), the Tiguan 3 will not change much in its proportions. The style will be more current, with a slightly more cut profile and probably an enlarged light signature at the rear.
Inside, the 2023 Volkswagen Tiguan will be full of technology, from equipment and screens to driving aids. It will be exclusively equipped with hybridized engines, from 48V micro-hybrid petrols and diesels to a plug-in hybrid that promises approximately 100 km range 100% electric. See you in March 2023!
Volkswagen ID.7 (2023): the electric Passat!
Here it is: the concept for our first all-electric limousine #VWIDAERO! The world premiere of the production version will follow 2023. Stay tuned! #eMobility
—Volkswagen News (@volkswagen) June 27, 2022
Volkswagen continues to develop its 100% electric ID range. After the compact ID.3, the SUV ID.4 and ID.5, but before the city car ID.2, here is… TheID.7 ! This will be a large electric sedan. It will take over from the Passat, which will not be renewed as is. We already know its overall look, thanks to the ID.Aero concept. Unsurprisingly, the very soft lines are close to the rest of the family, and in particular the ID.5.
With almost 5 meters long and more than 600 km of autonomy announced, the ID.7 is clearly targeting the Tesla Model S, with less performance and a more reasonable price on the menu. Production will start at the end of 2023.
Volkswagen Passat SW (May 2023): a new generation, only in station wagon!
As we have just seen, the Passat will not be renewed and will disappear in 2023. Yes, but… It will come back in estate version ! The sedan will therefore die out in favor of the ID.7, but the new generation Passat SW will appear well. The style will be inspired by the Golf 8, or even heralding the renewed version of the compact. With approximately 4.80 m long and a traditional break profile, the Passat SW will play the movers. It will recover micro-hybrid (petrol and diesel) and rechargeable hybrid (between 200 and 300 hp) engines from the rest of the range. Pricing should start below €45,000.
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Volkswagen Golf 8 restyled (November 2023): childhood mistakes corrected?
The eighth generation of the Volkswagen Golf remains the benchmark for compact sedans. Its versatility makes everyone agree, and its simplified style does not shock anyone. But inside, this generation created controversy when it was launched at the end of 2019. Indeed, many controls, including those for air conditioning, lighting and radio, are now touch sensitive. Not to mention all the functions that now go through the screen. In short, confusing ergonomics which is a task in a balance sheet for the rest very flattering. It is up to the restyled version, which should land at the end of 2023, to correct these defects.
Under the hood of this Restyled Volkswagen Golf 8we should find the gasoline and diesel micro-hybrid units already mentioned above, as well as two redesigned rechargeable hybrids.