February 20, 2024

Don’t buy a car yet! Volkswagen should launch these five models in 2023

Are you one of those four wheeler enthusiasts and want to know what’s new? Then you need to know what are the 5 most anticipated news for 2023 from the German automaker Volkswagen.

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1 – Tiguan Allspace

One of the brand’s most beloved SUVs will probably return to dealerships. Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace is one of the most anticipated cars in the national market. The car is a 7-seater, but it went off the line at the end of 2021. However, it may be about to return. However, the value can be very unattractive and stay within R$500,000.

2 – New Amarok

The mid-size pickup truck has been one of the great successes of Volkswagen in Brazil since its launch. The new truck version will be produced in South Africa on the same platform as the Ford Ranger. For this reason, it will have a more formidable appearance, as it will add 10 cm in length and 17.5 cm more between the axles.
However, the new Amarok is not yet expected to come to Brazil soon, as the model was recently refreshed.

3 – The new Volkswagen Savero

Strada and Montana have already won the national market with their recent versions. Now, it remains to be seen what the new Volkswagen Savero, one of the best-selling and most popular pickup trucks in the country, will be like. It is among the most anticipated releases so far for 2023.

4 – Redesigned Volkswagen T-Cross

The T-Cross is already one of the best-selling SUVs in the country and will soon be getting a new outfit. The redesigned version has already been found running on the country’s streets. Until then, all updates made to the equipment list were made.

5 – ID 4

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Volkswagen ID.4 is on the list of the most anticipated releases from the German manufacturer. In this case, it is one of the cars that is reaching to fatten the electric vehicle market. The brand’s strategy is to link Brazil with Volkswagen’s global strategy.