Volkswagen, the famous German automobile manufacturer, is making the world premiere of 5 models at the International Geneva Motor Show.

The new Passat brand, which was exhibited for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show with its make-up version, attracts attention as a model with the latest innovations of the brand. Passat has 2 different body types, sedan and station wagon. It is offered with 0 Travel Assist hız and gövde Capacitive Steering hız with semi-autonomous driving opportunity between 0-210 km/h.will be the first Volkswagen model. The capacitive steering detects the driver's contact with the steering wheel and interacts with the driving assistance systems. Another new feature offered at the Passat is the bir Emergency Steering Assist ise system, which simplifies driving obstacles and dangerous driving maneuvers while driving, and increases driving safety. In addition, the brand's Premium SUV segment in the Touareg model for the first time introduced, LED Matrix technology ın IQ. Light iyor headlamps, make-up Passat model in the innovative lighting technology feature is remarkable. The 3rd generation kez Infotainment System Pass is offered for the first time with the new Passat. Mobile Connect Interface App Connect.

Sporty special series: Passat Variant R-Line Edition

Another model that Volkswagen exhibited for the first time is the Passat Variant R-Line Edition. Only 2 thousand units will be produced and 4MOTION traction technology with this special series, 2.0 L 240 PS (TDI) or 2.0 L 272 PS (TSI) will be offered with two different engine options. This model, exhibited for the first time at the fair, has a unique design in accordance with all conditions with its new ğ Moonstone Gray ı color option. The Passat Variant 4MOTION R-Line Edition provides contrast with the black tailgate spoiler, roof rails and side mirror caps. Dark LED rear taillights and bright black 19-inch aluminum alloy da Pretoria “wheels also reflect the sporting spirit of the vehicle.

Volkswagen's most powerful SUV model Touareg V8 TDI

Volkswagen, the brand's most powerful SUV model will be the Touareg V8 TDI also introduces the fair. The new 4.0-liter 8-cylinder high-tech diesel engine makes the car the most powerful SUV model in Volkswagen with a power of 421 PS. The turbocharged diesel engine delivers maximum driving torque of 900 NM and an impressive driving experience when traveling on land. The Touareg V8 TDI can reach a maximum speed of 250 km/h from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.9 seconds.

High performance T-Roc R

Volkswagen, with its compact dimensions and innovative technologies, exhibits the T-Roc's high-performance version of the T-Roc, the 'T-Roc R' at the Geneva Motor Show. Every conditionThe T-Roc R features a 2.0 liter 300 PS power engine and 4MOTION traction system that combines an SUV model with high performance. 0-100 km/h acceleration in an impressive time of 4.9 sec completes and can reach up to 250 km/h speed. In the interior and exterior design of the T-Roc R, the R design elements draw attention, while four exhaust outlets reflect the performance of the model. The standard 18-inch or 19-inch optional 19-inch wheels are the details of the sporty spirit of the T-Roc R. T-Roc, a successful and attractive model with a highly compatible concept for all conditions, has managed to reach a sales volume of 200,000 units worldwide since its launch.

The legendary buggy is back electrically

In Geneva, the Volkswagen Buggy legend was brought to life as an electrical concept model. The new concept model, with its modular electric vehicle infrastructure, which is inspired by American buggy vehicles, reveals the new platform's versatility. Volkswagen's buggy concept follows in the footsteps of its Californian ancestors. It was based on the Beetle chassis, and now the MEB platform provides the same flexibility. The new vehicle with the MEB infrastructure shows that the full electric platform can only be used outside of the mass-produced models. In a classic sense, the buggy remake of the vehicle has a fidelity design and doesn't have a fixed roof or doors in the sense we know it. In general, large-size wheels, off-road tires and a door-free threshold design comes to the fore.