New models in 2015

The Volkswagen Group will systematically press ahead with its model initiative in 2015, modernizing and expanding its offering by introducing attractive new vehicles. Priority will always be given to what our customers want. We are also successively enhancing our product portfolio by adding vehicles equipped with alternative drive systems, i.e. gas and electric versions.

After launching more vehicles that run on electric power – the e-Golf and the plug-in hybrid model Golf GTE – in 2014, we will expand this range in 2015 by adding the Passat GTE with a plug-in hybrid drive. Other product innovations from the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand will be the robust Passat Alltrack and the successor to the versatile Touran. The Jetta GLI, the Jetta Hybrid and the Sharan will be upgraded. In China, the new Lamando four-door coupe that has been specially developed for the Chinese market and the Gran Santana will be introduced in 2015. Furthermore, the popular notchback saloons Sagitar, New Lavida and New Bora will be upgraded, as will the Gran Lavida estate.

In 2015, the Audi brand will roll out the new TT Roadster and the two sporty versions TTS Coupe and TTS Roadster. Moreover, new generations of the A4 Saloon, A4 Avant, RS3 Sportback, R8 Coupe and Q7 will soon be launched; the latter will also be available as a plug-in hybrid TDI e-tron.

From 2015, the new edition of the Fabia Combi will also be available from the Czech brand ŠKODA; this will once again set standards in its class with its boot space. In addition, the dynamic Octavia RS and the new generation of the Superb will be available both as a hatchback and as an estate.

The SEAT brand will expand the successful Leon family in 2015 with the classy Leon ST Cupra and will upgrade the Toledo, the Alhambra and the Ibiza family.

In 2015, Porsche will expand its 911 series with the extreme super sports car 911 GT3 RS and the dynamic Targa 4 GTS. On top of this, the new version of the 981 Spyder (Boxster Spyder), the Macan GTS and the Cayman GT4 will be launched in the market. There will be product upgrades in the 911 and Cayenne series.

Bentley will update the Continental GT and the Continental GTC Convertible in 2015.

Super sports car manufacturer Lamborghini is expanding the Huracán family with three new models, including two versions of the Huracán Spyder. Two new versions of the Aventador will also be launched.

In 2015, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will introduce the sixth generation of the versatile, popular Multivan/Transporter. The Caddy, an all-rounder, will be upgraded.

Ducati’s rollout of the Icon version of the new Scrambler in 2014 will be followed in 2015 by the Urban, Enduro, Classic and Full Throttle versions.