Volkswagen has launched a sketch of a brand new pick-up truck, set to be revealed in full on the Sao Paulo motor present subsequent week.
The as-yet-unnamed mannequin is described as combining “the options of a digitally networked SUV and the flexibility of a effectively thought out pick-up”. The urban-oriented truck, which is able to debut in near-production type, will sit under the Amarok in VW’s vary.
At present, the brand new pick-up is just attributable to launch within the Brazilian market with, VW claims, “only a few minor tweaks” for manufacturing. It’s not presently destined for Europe, however is alleged to have potential as a car “appropriate for different areas”.
The brand new, all-wheel-drive mannequin is predicated on the model’s long-standing MQB platform, shared throughout numerous VW Group SUVs and passenger automobiles.
Few particulars have been revealed past that, however we do know it should characteristic a variable loading space which may be prolonged through a folding rear panel, permitting entry to the rear of the double cab. It’s not regarded as associated to the bigger VW Atlas Tanoak idea, which is geared toward US markets.
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