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List of Volkswagen passenger vehicles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Volkswagen produces the following automobiles, past and present, sold under the Volkswagen brand. Not including models under the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles marque.

Current models range

     Vehicles exclusive to Latin America        Vehicles exclusive to China        Other vehicles not sold in the core European market

Model Calendar year
introduced
Current model Main markets Vehicle information
Introduction Update (facelift)
Hatchback

FOX
Fox 2003 2003 2015 Latin America Hatchback sold in a segment between the Gol and Polo in Latin American markets.

GOL
Gol 1980 2008 2018 Latin America Entry level/low-cost model in Latin American markets.


GOLF

Golf 1974 2019 - Global C-segment hatchback. Traditionally the best-selliing car in Europe.

GRAN/CROSS SANTANA
Santana 2015 2015 - China Hatchback version of the Santana. Related to the Škoda Rapid Spaceback. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

ID.3
ID.3 2019 2019 - Europe C-segment full-electric hatchback. The first Volkswagen vehicle built above a dedicated electric vehicle platform (MEB platform).


POLO

Polo 1975 2017 - Global B-segment hatchback or supermini. Global product but not available in North America. Two generations (Mk5 and Mk6) are currently produced alongside each other with some markets offering both versions.

UP
Up 2011 2011 2016 Europe, Brazil, Argentina Entry level A-segment city car. Also sold as the Škoda Citigo and SEAT Mii with styling differences.
Sedan/liftback

ARTEON/CC
Arteon 2017 2017 2020 Global D-segment fastback or four-door coupé. Successor to the Volkswagen CC.

BORA
Bora 1999 2018 - China Sister model to the Lavida. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.

JETTA/VENTO
Jetta 1979 2018 - Americas Compact sedan (C-segment). Historically was a sedan version of the Golf. Sold as the Vento in Argentina and Uruguay, not to be confused with the Vento (A05) which is a sedan version of the Polo Mk5.

LAMANDO
Lamando 2014 2014 2019 China A four-door coupé or a low-roof sedan for the Chinese market in the same segment as the Sagitar. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

LAVIDA
Lavida 2008 2018 - China Sister model to the Bora. Has been Volkswagen's best selling model in China and typically the best selling sedan of all brands in China.[1] Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

MAGOTAN
Magotan 2005 2016 2019 China Chinese version of the European Passat (B8) with longer wheelbase. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

PASSAT (B8)
Passat 1972 2015 2019 Europe and RHD markets D-segment sedan for the European market. Not available in the Americas.

PASSAT (NMS)
Passat (NMS) 2011 2019 - North America Mid-size sedan (D-segment). The second generation of the Passat NMS series, exclusively for the North American market.

PASSAT (NMS MQB)
2011 2019 - China The second generation of the Passat NMS series. Split off with the North American version since 2019 as the Chinese Passat NMS switched to the MQB platform while the North American version is built on an older platform.

PHIDEON
Phideon 2016 2016 2020 China Flagship sedan model, only sold in China. Related to the Audi A6. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

POLO SEDAN/VENTO (A05)
Polo sedan/Vento 2010 2010 2019 Latin America, India, CIS Sedan version of the Polo Mk5. Continued to be sold in several markets after being succeeded by the Virtus. The Vento name is not to be confused with the C-segment sedan sold in Argentina and Uruguay which is a renamed Jetta.

POLO SEDAN (Russia)
Polo sedan 2020 2020 - Russia/CIS B-segment liftback for the CIS market. Rebadged and restyled version of the Škoda Rapid. Successor of the Polo sedan/Vento (A05). Unrelated to the Polo Mk6.

SAGITAR
Sagitar 2006 2019 - China Chinese version of the Jetta with longer wheelbase. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.

SANTANA
Santana 1985 2012 2015 China Entry level sedan for the Chinese market. Sister model to the Jetta VA3. Related to the Škoda Rapid, SEAT Toledo and the Russian Polo sedan. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

VIRTUS
Virtus 2017 2017 - Latin America Sedan version of the Polo Mk6. Currently only produced in the Latin American region.

VOYAGE/GOL SEDAN
Voyage 2008 2008 2018 Latin America Sedan version of the Gol.
Station wagon
ARTEON SHOOTING BRAKE Arteon 2020 2020 - Shooting brake version of the Arteon.

C-TREK
C-Trek 2016 2016 - China Station wagon crossover version of the Bora.

GOLF VARIANT/SPORTWAGEN/
ALLTRACK
Golf 1993 2020 - Global Station wagon version of the Golf. The Alltrack model being the crossover-inspired version. Older model (Mk7) pictured.

GRAN LAVIDA
Lavida 2013 2018 - China Station wagon version of the Lavida.

PASSAT VARIANT/ALLTRACK
Passat 1974 2015 2019 Europe Station wagon version of the European Passat. The Alltrack model being the crossover-inspired version.
SUV/crossover

ATLAS/TERAMONT

Atlas/Teramont 2017 2017 2020 Americas and China Three-row mid-size crossover SUV for the North American and Chinese markets. Also sold in other LHD markets including Latin America and Middle East.

ATLAS CROSS SPORT/TERAMONT X

2019 2019 2020 Americas and China Two-row versions of the regular Atlas/Teramont with a sloping rear roof.
NIVUS Nivus 2020 2020 - Latin America and Europe Low-slung crossover SUV heavily based on the Polo Mk6. Will be available in Europe.

T-CROSS/TACQUA/TAIGUN
T-Cross 2019 2019 - Global Entry level B-segment crossover SUV built above the MQB A0 platform. Global product but not available in North America.

T-ROC
T-Roc 2017 2017 - Europe, China B-segment crossover SUV built above the MQB A1 platform. Mainly available in Europe and China.

TAYRON
Tayron 2018 2018 - China Sister model to the Tiguan. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.
TAYRON X 2020 2020 - China Coupé crossover SUV version of the Tayron.

THARU
Tharu 2018 2018 - China Compact crossover SUV (C-segment) built above the MQB A1 platform. Related to the Jetta VS5, SEAT Ateca and Škoda Karoq.

TIGUAN
Tiguan 2008 2016 2020 Global Compact crossover SUV (C-segment) built above the MQB A2 platform.

TIGUAN ALLSPACE/L
2018 2018 - Global Long wheelbase version of the Tiguan. Third row seating available as an option in several markets. The sole version of the Tiguan in several markets.
TIGUAN X 2020 2020 - China Coupé crossover SUV version of the Tiguan. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

TOUAREG
Touareg 2002 2018 - Global First crossover SUV ever built by Volkswagen. A flagship luxury SUV model built above the MLB Evo platform.
MPV

GOLF SPORTSVAN/SV
Golf 2014 2014 2018 Europe and China Two-row MPV or tall hatchback version of the Golf. Successor to the Golf Plus. Currently being phased out with no direct succesor.

TOURAN
Touran 2003 2015 - Europe and China Three-row compact MPV. Currently being phased out in several markets.

SHARAN
Sharan 1995 2010 2015 Europe Three-row mid-size MPV with sliding doors. Currently being phased out in several markets.

VILORAN
Viloran 2020 2020 - China Three-row full-size minivan with sliding doors for the Chinese market. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.
Model Calendar year introduced Introduction Update (facelift) Main markets Vehicle information
Current model

Discontinued nameplates

Volkswagen Engines

See also

  1. ^ "Meet the Volkswagen Lavida - one of Volkswagen's most important models in the Chinese market". TopSpeed. Retrieved 2020-09-12.
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