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List of Volkswagen vehicles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Volkswagen, the core brand of Volkswagen Group produces various models since its inception, ranging from passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles. It also consists of global products and regional products, specifically for large markets including Europe, China and Latin America.

Volkswagen AG annual report in 2022 reported that the best-selling model under the Volkswagen brand globally was the Tiguan, followed by the B-segment range of Polo, Virtus, Nivus and Taigo, and Passat/Magotan.[1]

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Current models

Passenger vehicles

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

Body style Model Current generation Vehicle description
Image Name(s) Introduction
(cal. year)
Introduction Main markets
Hatchback
Golf 1974 2019 Global C-segment hatchback.
ID.3 2019 2019 Europe and China Battery electric C-segment hatchback. The first Volkswagen vehicle built on the MEB platform.

Polo 1975 2017 Global (except North America) B-segment hatchback or supermini. Two generations (Mk5 and Mk6) are currently produced alongside each other for certain markets.
Polo Track 2023 2023 Latin America B-segment hatchback. Based on Volkswagen Polo, replacing Volkswagen Gol.
Sedan/
liftback
Arteon 2017 2017 Global D-segment fastback or four-door coupe. Successor to the Volkswagen CC.
Bora 1999 2018 China Sister model to the Lavida. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.
ID.7 2023 2023 Europe, China and North America Battery electric D-segment liftback. Built above a dedicated vehicle platform MEB platform.
Jetta/
Sagitar/
Vento
1979 2018 Americas and China Compact sedan (C-segment). Historically a sedan version of the Golf. Sold as the Vento in Argentina and Uruguay. The Sagitar is the Chinese version of the Jetta with longer wheelbase.
Lamando 2014 2022 China A four-door coupe or a low-roof sedan for the Chinese market in the same segment as the Sagitar. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.
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.[2] Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.
Magotan 2005 2015 China The Chinese version of the Passat B8 with a longer wheelbase.
Passat
(China)
1974 (Passat nameplate) 2019 China A sedan developed for the Chinese market, different from the European Passat. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.
Virtus /
Polo Sedan /
Lavida XR
2017 2017 Latin America, India and China Sedan version of the Polo Mk6. Currently produced and marketed in Latin America, India and China.
Station wagon
Arteon Shooting Brake 2020 2020 Europe, China and others Shooting brake version of the Arteon.
Golf Variant/
Sportwagen
1993 2020 Europe, etc. Station wagon version of the Golf. The Alltrack model being the crossover-inspired version.
ID.7 Tourer 2024 2024 Europe Station wagon version of the ID.7.
Passat 1974 2023 Europe, etc. The European market Passat, only available as a station wagon since 2023.
Crossover SUV

Atlas/
Teramont
2017 2017 Americas, Middle East 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 Americas and China Two-row versions of the regular Atlas/Teramont with a sloping rear roof.
ID.4 2020 2020 Global C-segment full-electric crossover SUV built above a dedicated electric vehicle platform (MEB platform).
ID.5 2021 2021 Global Coupe crossover SUV version of the ID.4.
ID.6 2021 2021 China Three-row D-segment full-electric crossover SUV built above a dedicated electric vehicle platform (MEB platform).
T-Cross/
Tacqua/
Taigun
2019 2019 Global (except North America) B-segment crossover SUV built above the MQB A0 platform. Global product but not available in North America.
T-Roc 2017 2017 Europe, China, etc. B-segment crossover SUV built above the MQB A1 platform. Mainly available in Europe and China.
Taigo/Nivus 2020 2020 Europe and Latin America Low-slung crossover SUV heavily based on the Polo Mk6. It is badged Taigo in Europe and Nivus in Brazil.
Talagon 2021 2021 China Three-row full-size crossover SUV for the Chinese market above the Tavendor. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.
Taos/Tharu 2018 2018 China and Americas Compact crossover SUV (C-segment) built above the MQB A1 platform. Related to the Jetta VS5, SEAT Ateca and Škoda Karoq. Called the Tharu in China and Taos in the Americas.
Tavendor 2022 2022 China Two-row full-size crossover SUV for the Chinese market below the Talagon. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.
Tayron 2018 2018 China Sister model to the Tiguan. Exclusively manufactured by FAW-Volkswagen.
Tayron X 2020 2020 China Coupe crossover SUV version of the Tayron.
Tiguan 2008 2023 Global Compact crossover SUV (C-segment) built on the MQB A2 platform.
Tiguan Allspace 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 some markets.
Tiguan X 2020 2020 China Coupe crossover SUV version of the Tiguan. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.
Touareg 2002 2018 Global (except North America) First crossover SUV ever built by Volkswagen. A flagship luxury SUV model built above the MLB Evo platform.
MPV/

minivan

Caddy Life 2007 2020 Europe Passenger version of the Caddy.
ID. Buzz 2022 2022 Europe and North America Battery electric minivan built above the MEB platform.
Multivan 1990 2021 Europe Passenger version of the Transporter.
Touran 2003 2015 Europe Three-row compact MPV. Currently being phased out in several markets.
Viloran 2020 2020 China Three-row full-size minivan with sliding doors for the Chinese market. Exclusively manufactured by SAIC-Volkswagen.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

Body style Model Current generation Vehicle description
Image Name(s) Introduction
(cal. year)
Introduction Main markets
Van
Caddy 1990 2020 Europe, etc. Leisure activity vehicle or small van. Available as a windowed van (Caddy Life) or panel van.
California 1989 2015 Europe, etc. Campervan based on the T6 Transporter.
Grand California 2019 2019 Europe, etc. Campervan based on the Crafter.
Crafter 2006 2017 Europe, etc. Large van. Also sold as the MAN TGE.
ID. Buzz Cargo 2022 2022 Europe, etc. Panel van version of ID. Buzz.
Transporter 1949 2015 Europe, etc. Mid-size van. Available as a panel van.
Pickup
truck
Amarok 2010 2010 Latin America Mid-size pickup truck.
2022 Europe, Australia and Africa Mid-size pickup truck based on the Ford Ranger (T6).
Saveiro 1983 2023 Latin America Compact pickup truck based on the Gol.

Former models

Aircooled models

Watercooled models

Volkswagen engines

See also

References

  1. ^ "Volkswagen Passenger Cars". Volkswagen Group Annual Report 2022. Retrieved 2023-03-30.
  2. ^ "Meet the Volkswagen Lavida - one of Volkswagen's most important models in the Chinese market". TopSpeed. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 2020-09-12.
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