As the flagship brand of the Volkswagen group, the largest carmaker globally, there has to be something special about Volkswagen.
From the days of the iconic Beetles, Volkswagen has always maintained its reputation of building strong, reliable, and technologically advanced cars. The company’s lineup looks appealing, from the exciting Golf to the practical Jetta and newly launched ID.4. It even gets more exciting looking at what the company has in stock for the future.
The 2022 model year sees some strategic redesigns, upgrades, and activities geared towards actualizing the automaker’s intention to have 70% of its lineup made up of fully electric cars.
Volkswagen has introduced a new subcompact SUV, and the specs aren’t looking bad at all. It features a handsome exterior styling, a roomy interior, and a host of available safety features. The all-new Taos is powered by a 1.5L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that makes 158-horsepower and 184 lb-ft. This engine is mated to an 8-speed auto transmission.
The 2022 Arteon gets a much-desired engine upgrade. The 2.0Liter 4-cylinder engine beneath its hood now makes 32 more horses than before, totaling up to 300-horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. The regular 8-speed auto transmission has been replaced with an impressive 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive, wireless charging pad, and more features are now standard.
The Jetta will get a facelift, plus slight touches in the interior. We also anticipate an engine upgrade to deliver more power and performance.
2022 will mark the eighth generation of the Golf GTI, and Volkswagen adds more power and styling to celebrate this feat in grand style. The new GTI now features a stunning grille with perfectly designed LED headlamps. The interior has also been redesigned to appear more elegant. The engine now produces 241-horsepower, 13 ponies more than before. Also, the dual digital display is now standard.
Having skipped two model years, Volkswagen manufactures the Golf R to mark the car’s eighth-generation. It follows the 2022 design but in a sportier way. The Golf R remains the hottest Golf variant as it now produces 315-horses and 310 lb-ft of torque.
Golf also intends to stop selling the traditional Golf hatchback and its station wagon here in the US, leaving only its GTI and R performance variants.
2022 will mark the end of Passat’s production, and Volkswagenwill be bidding farewell with a special limited edition model. Volkswagen has disclosed that out of the 1973 units to be manufactured, 423 will wear a distinguished Racing Green metallic paint.
The 2022 Tiguan gets a slight grille redesign, new steering wheels and LED lamps, restyled bumpers, and new wheel designs. Heated seats and digital gauge display are now standard as well.
Since the all-electric ID.4 is still fresh from its debut in 2021, we expect few significant changes in its powertrain. This could result in increased power, miles per charge, and an optional all-wheel-drive system.
Elsewhere, US citizens might see the Amarok soon.
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