Volkswagen pulled the wraps off a new concept model, the Golf Sportsvan to be more exact. Most likely, this concept previews the new-generation VW Golf Plus, a model spotted several times wearing camouflage.
The VW Golf Sportsvan concept comes with increased dimensions, a longer wheelbase and a cargo capacity of 498 liters. It can be extended by 87 liters if you fold down the rear seats.
Under the hood, the prototype benefits from a series of engines including petrol units delivering between 85hp and 150hp while a 1.6-liter TDI produces 110 horses but a very good fuel consumption of 3,7 liters/100km or 63,5mpg UK.
The CO2 emissions are also kept at a very good level, namely 95 g/km.
Other goodies fitted on the VW Golf Sportsvan include Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Traffic Alert and City Emergency Braking. Stay tuned for more details and photos after the concept’s debut at Frankfurt.