The Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, will be expanded to allow assembly of new models to overcome the ever-growing demand for crossovers and SUVs in the US, according Autoguide , citing Bus . Thus, by 2020, it is no less than 5 new crossovers or updates to existing models that will emerge from the German manufacturer.
The first of these models will compete directly with the Honda Pilot and display a length of about 200 inches (5 meters); he can receive up to 7 occupants and will be based on the concept CrossBlue which had debuted at the Detroit Auto Show in 2013 .
Subsequently, Volkswagen will offer an alternative to 5 seats, in turn based on the concept CrossBlue Coupe seen in Shanghai in 2013 . Sitting on the MQB platform of the manufacturer, this new car will share most with those engines that will power its big brother 7 places.
Regarding other future models, Volkswagen will prepare the next generation of its current Tiguan, which will display about twenty centimeters more than the outgoing model; it will also offer more cargo space and a 3rd row will also be available as an option. A sportier version of the Tiguan will come later. Finally, the concept Taigun will play in the flower beds of the Nissan Juke, but his coming to North American soil is still uncertain.