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THE VOLKSWAGEN PAVILION

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Everyone who knows the Volkswagen Pavilion will be surprised by the eye-catching new brand design on their next visit, e.g. the new brand logo on the outer façade. Fascinating lighting, more colours, and the natural images also represent the "New Volkswagen". 

Pre-series study of the new Volkswagen Golf GTI and T-Cross in DFB design

In the pavilion, you can marvel at the powerful and stylish design of the eighth-generation Golf GTI as a pre-series study even before it is launched. You can also check out a T-Cross R-Line in a DFB design. It is a versatile vehicle for everyday use, which Volkswagen's mobility partner, the German Football Association, also values. The model on display has a DFB design and highlights the football theme in the pavilion.

Sporty dynamics with the Golf R Line

The pavilion team will also present the new R-Line Golf model. The eye-catching bumpers in the same colour as the car as well as the sport seats and suspension, ensure a sporty look and a dynamic driving experience.

It promises open-air pleasure: the new T-Roc convertible

The new T-Roc Cabriolet, which will also be presented, provides a preview of the summer. Volkswagen's first open crossover also offers open-air pleasures. The standard, fully automatic soft-top opens in just nine seconds at the touch of a button.

New, intelligent assistance and lighting systems

The exhibition is rounded off by the IQ theme area. Drive and IQ. Light - here you can find out about the new, intelligent assistance and lighting systems from Volkswagen.

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In front: The new Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake, behind: a close-to production study of the new Touareg R e-Hybrid (Photo: Anja Weber)

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These Volkswagen models are currently on display in the pavilion
 
Arteon Shooting Brake R-Line

Come and experience the qualities of the Arteon Shooting Brake up close and personal. From the front, with its wide radiator grille, to the sleek roofline and the impressive luggage compartment volume – the new Arteon Shooting Brake features an innovative design and demonstrates how exclusivity and practicality can be combined at the highest level.

The Touareg R e-hybrid (near-production concept vehicle)

Experience the first R model with plug-in hybrid drive from Volkswagen. The new Touareg R combines great dynamics with intelligent efficiency, resulting in an impressive e-hybrid and performance model with zero local emissions on short journeys. The SUV starts in the purely electric "e-Mode" when the battery is sufficiently charged. The battery capacity is also designed so that it permits many commuters to travel their average daily distances in this mode.

The Tiguan Elegance e-Hybrid (near-production concept vehicle)

For the very first time, the Tiguan is now also being fitted with a plug-in hybrid drive. The SUV starts in electric mode when the battery is sufficiently charged and drives up to 50 kilometres in pure electric mode in the WLTP cycle.

The new Golf GTI (near-production concept vehicle)

In the pavilion, you can marvel at the powerful and stylish design of the eighth-generation Golf GTI near-production concept vehicle before it is even launched. It features a sporty, modern look with powerful network capabilities.

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Close-to production study of the Tiguan Elegance Hybrid

Close-to production study of the Touareg R e-Hybrid

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Further information on official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the “Guide on the fuel economy, CO2 emissions and power consumption of new passenger car models”, which is available free of charge at all sales dealerships and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, D-73760 Ostfildern, Germany and at www.dat.de.

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