New Volkswagen Multivan: the evolution of the Bulli embraces the hybrid [PHOTO]

In the wake of the timeless and iconic Bulli , as it has become known, the Volkswagen T1 launched in 1949, the new Volkswagen Multivan , the week-generation commercial vehicle of the Wolfsburg company , makes its debut .  With a totally new approach, which keeps the graduality of the electrification process in the foreground, the new and innovative Volkswagen Multivan, for the first time also in a hybrid version , aims to play a leading role in the market of light commercial vehicles, minibuses and multispaces.   On the MQB platform and lots of modern technology Conceived completely from scratch and built on the MQB platform , the new Volkswagen Multivan brings with it numerous technical innovations, made available to a vehicle designed by the German company as a "shuttle for passenger transport, family vehicle or companion for adventures to enjoy free time. ".     The Volkswagen T2, longer and wider than the previous model, incorporates the stylistic features of the brand that characterize the models launched more recently. The evolution that the new Multivan makes in terms of electronic technologies and related services is remarkable, with the adoption of the MQB platform which has made it possible to bring the interconnected assistance systems IQ.Drive Travel Assistance and Car2X on board the Volkswagen van .   Configurable and versatile interiors The interior of the new Volkswagen Multivan offers finishes and features at the level of large premium SUVs, with an interior that offers comfort, generous spaces and marked versatility to adapt to different mobility needs and lifestyles. On board, where we also find tables and refrigerators, it is possible to configure the seats and spaces dedicated to the transport of luggage and bulky objects. Available in three trim levels - Multivan, Life and Style - the new Volkswagen van can accommodate up to 7 people on board, with a very large trunk that reaches up to 4,053 liters , while the maximum towing capacity is 2,000 kg.     Engines: two petrol and plug-in hybrid at launch, from 2022 also diesel The new Volkswagen Multivan is proposed at launch with three engines available, two petrol and the novelty of the plug-in hybrid. So waiting for the electric ID. Buzz, Volkswagen opts for softer electrification for the Multivan. The range is therefore initially composed of 136 and 204 HP TSI petrol engines and 218 HP plug-in hybrid engine , with DSG automatic transmission, which is placed on the eHybrid version. The new 150 HP TDI diesel engine will also be added in spring 2022 , and later also the 4Motion version with all-wheel drive .    Multivan eHybrid up to 50 km in electric An unprecedented novelty for the German van is therefore the plug-in hybrid engine, with the Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid which brings the advantages of the possibility of driving with zero emissions to the van. The powertrain of the Multivan eHybrid combines the turbo petrol engine and the electric unit for a total output of 218 hp and is supported by a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 10.4 kWh which ensures an electric range of between 46 and 50 kilometers (WLTP cycle).

 In the wake of the timeless and iconic Bulli , as it has become known, the Volkswagen T1 launched in 1949, the new Volkswagen Multivan , the week-generation commercial vehicle of the Wolfsburg company , makes its debut .

With a totally new approach, which keeps the graduality of the electrification process in the foreground, the new and innovative Volkswagen Multivan, for the first time also in a hybrid version , aims to play a leading role in the market of light commercial vehicles, minibuses and multispaces. 

On the MQB platform and lots of modern technology

Conceived completely from scratch and built on the MQB platform , the new Volkswagen Multivan brings with it numerous technical innovations, made available to a vehicle designed by the German company as a "shuttle for passenger transport, family vehicle or companion for adventures to enjoy free time. ". 

In the wake of the timeless and iconic Bulli , as it has become known, the Volkswagen T1 launched in 1949, the new Volkswagen Multivan , the week-generation commercial vehicle of the Wolfsburg company , makes its debut .  With a totally new approach, which keeps the graduality of the electrification process in the foreground, the new and innovative Volkswagen Multivan, for the first time also in a hybrid version , aims to play a leading role in the market of light commercial vehicles, minibuses and multispaces.   On the MQB platform and lots of modern technology Conceived completely from scratch and built on the MQB platform , the new Volkswagen Multivan brings with it numerous technical innovations, made available to a vehicle designed by the German company as a "shuttle for passenger transport, family vehicle or companion for adventures to enjoy free time. ".     The Volkswagen T2, longer and wider than the previous model, incorporates the stylistic features of the brand that characterize the models launched more recently. The evolution that the new Multivan makes in terms of electronic technologies and related services is remarkable, with the adoption of the MQB platform which has made it possible to bring the interconnected assistance systems IQ.Drive Travel Assistance and Car2X on board the Volkswagen van .   Configurable and versatile interiors The interior of the new Volkswagen Multivan offers finishes and features at the level of large premium SUVs, with an interior that offers comfort, generous spaces and marked versatility to adapt to different mobility needs and lifestyles. On board, where we also find tables and refrigerators, it is possible to configure the seats and spaces dedicated to the transport of luggage and bulky objects. Available in three trim levels - Multivan, Life and Style - the new Volkswagen van can accommodate up to 7 people on board, with a very large trunk that reaches up to 4,053 liters , while the maximum towing capacity is 2,000 kg.     Engines: two petrol and plug-in hybrid at launch, from 2022 also diesel The new Volkswagen Multivan is proposed at launch with three engines available, two petrol and the novelty of the plug-in hybrid. So waiting for the electric ID. Buzz, Volkswagen opts for softer electrification for the Multivan. The range is therefore initially composed of 136 and 204 HP TSI petrol engines and 218 HP plug-in hybrid engine , with DSG automatic transmission, which is placed on the eHybrid version. The new 150 HP TDI diesel engine will also be added in spring 2022 , and later also the 4Motion version with all-wheel drive .    Multivan eHybrid up to 50 km in electric An unprecedented novelty for the German van is therefore the plug-in hybrid engine, with the Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid which brings the advantages of the possibility of driving with zero emissions to the van. The powertrain of the Multivan eHybrid combines the turbo petrol engine and the electric unit for a total output of 218 hp and is supported by a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 10.4 kWh which ensures an electric range of between 46 and 50 kilometers (WLTP cycle).

The Volkswagen T2, longer and wider than the previous model, incorporates the stylistic features of the brand that characterize the models launched more recently. The evolution that the new Multivan makes in terms of electronic technologies and related services is remarkable, with the adoption of the MQB platform which has made it possible to bring the interconnected assistance systems IQ.Drive Travel Assistance and Car2X on board the Volkswagen van . 

Configurable and versatile interiors

The interior of the new Volkswagen Multivan offers finishes and features at the level of large premium SUVs, with an interior that offers comfort, generous spaces and marked versatility to adapt to different mobility needs and lifestyles. On board, where we also find tables and refrigerators, it is possible to configure the seats and spaces dedicated to the transport of luggage and bulky objects. 

In the wake of the timeless and iconic Bulli , as it has become known, the Volkswagen T1 launched in 1949, the new Volkswagen Multivan , the week-generation commercial vehicle of the Wolfsburg company , makes its debut .  With a totally new approach, which keeps the graduality of the electrification process in the foreground, the new and innovative Volkswagen Multivan, for the first time also in a hybrid version , aims to play a leading role in the market of light commercial vehicles, minibuses and multispaces.   On the MQB platform and lots of modern technology Conceived completely from scratch and built on the MQB platform , the new Volkswagen Multivan brings with it numerous technical innovations, made available to a vehicle designed by the German company as a "shuttle for passenger transport, family vehicle or companion for adventures to enjoy free time. ".     The Volkswagen T2, longer and wider than the previous model, incorporates the stylistic features of the brand that characterize the models launched more recently. The evolution that the new Multivan makes in terms of electronic technologies and related services is remarkable, with the adoption of the MQB platform which has made it possible to bring the interconnected assistance systems IQ.Drive Travel Assistance and Car2X on board the Volkswagen van .   Configurable and versatile interiors The interior of the new Volkswagen Multivan offers finishes and features at the level of large premium SUVs, with an interior that offers comfort, generous spaces and marked versatility to adapt to different mobility needs and lifestyles. On board, where we also find tables and refrigerators, it is possible to configure the seats and spaces dedicated to the transport of luggage and bulky objects. Available in three trim levels - Multivan, Life and Style - the new Volkswagen van can accommodate up to 7 people on board, with a very large trunk that reaches up to 4,053 liters , while the maximum towing capacity is 2,000 kg.     Engines: two petrol and plug-in hybrid at launch, from 2022 also diesel The new Volkswagen Multivan is proposed at launch with three engines available, two petrol and the novelty of the plug-in hybrid. So waiting for the electric ID. Buzz, Volkswagen opts for softer electrification for the Multivan. The range is therefore initially composed of 136 and 204 HP TSI petrol engines and 218 HP plug-in hybrid engine , with DSG automatic transmission, which is placed on the eHybrid version. The new 150 HP TDI diesel engine will also be added in spring 2022 , and later also the 4Motion version with all-wheel drive .    Multivan eHybrid up to 50 km in electric An unprecedented novelty for the German van is therefore the plug-in hybrid engine, with the Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid which brings the advantages of the possibility of driving with zero emissions to the van. The powertrain of the Multivan eHybrid combines the turbo petrol engine and the electric unit for a total output of 218 hp and is supported by a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 10.4 kWh which ensures an electric range of between 46 and 50 kilometers (WLTP cycle).

Available in three trim levels - Multivan, Life and Style - the new Volkswagen van can accommodate up to 7 people on board, with a very large trunk that reaches up to 4,053 liters , while the maximum towing capacity is 2,000 kg. 

Engines: two petrol and plug-in hybrid at launch, from 2022 also diesel

The new Volkswagen Multivan is proposed at launch with three engines available, two petrol and the novelty of the plug-in hybrid. So waiting for the electric ID. Buzz, Volkswagen opts for softer electrification for the Multivan. 

In the wake of the timeless and iconic Bulli , as it has become known, the Volkswagen T1 launched in 1949, the new Volkswagen Multivan , the week-generation commercial vehicle of the Wolfsburg company , makes its debut .  With a totally new approach, which keeps the graduality of the electrification process in the foreground, the new and innovative Volkswagen Multivan, for the first time also in a hybrid version , aims to play a leading role in the market of light commercial vehicles, minibuses and multispaces.   On the MQB platform and lots of modern technology Conceived completely from scratch and built on the MQB platform , the new Volkswagen Multivan brings with it numerous technical innovations, made available to a vehicle designed by the German company as a "shuttle for passenger transport, family vehicle or companion for adventures to enjoy free time. ".     The Volkswagen T2, longer and wider than the previous model, incorporates the stylistic features of the brand that characterize the models launched more recently. The evolution that the new Multivan makes in terms of electronic technologies and related services is remarkable, with the adoption of the MQB platform which has made it possible to bring the interconnected assistance systems IQ.Drive Travel Assistance and Car2X on board the Volkswagen van .   Configurable and versatile interiors The interior of the new Volkswagen Multivan offers finishes and features at the level of large premium SUVs, with an interior that offers comfort, generous spaces and marked versatility to adapt to different mobility needs and lifestyles. On board, where we also find tables and refrigerators, it is possible to configure the seats and spaces dedicated to the transport of luggage and bulky objects. Available in three trim levels - Multivan, Life and Style - the new Volkswagen van can accommodate up to 7 people on board, with a very large trunk that reaches up to 4,053 liters , while the maximum towing capacity is 2,000 kg.     Engines: two petrol and plug-in hybrid at launch, from 2022 also diesel The new Volkswagen Multivan is proposed at launch with three engines available, two petrol and the novelty of the plug-in hybrid. So waiting for the electric ID. Buzz, Volkswagen opts for softer electrification for the Multivan. The range is therefore initially composed of 136 and 204 HP TSI petrol engines and 218 HP plug-in hybrid engine , with DSG automatic transmission, which is placed on the eHybrid version. The new 150 HP TDI diesel engine will also be added in spring 2022 , and later also the 4Motion version with all-wheel drive .    Multivan eHybrid up to 50 km in electric An unprecedented novelty for the German van is therefore the plug-in hybrid engine, with the Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid which brings the advantages of the possibility of driving with zero emissions to the van. The powertrain of the Multivan eHybrid combines the turbo petrol engine and the electric unit for a total output of 218 hp and is supported by a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 10.4 kWh which ensures an electric range of between 46 and 50 kilometers (WLTP cycle).

The range is therefore initially composed of 136 and 204 HP TSI petrol engines and 218 HP plug-in hybrid engine , with DSG automatic transmission, which is placed on the eHybrid version. The new 150 HP TDI diesel engine will also be added in spring 2022 , and later also the 4Motion version with all-wheel drive .

Multivan eHybrid up to 50 km in electric

In the wake of the timeless and iconic Bulli , as it has become known, the Volkswagen T1 launched in 1949, the new Volkswagen Multivan , the week-generation commercial vehicle of the Wolfsburg company , makes its debut .  With a totally new approach, which keeps the graduality of the electrification process in the foreground, the new and innovative Volkswagen Multivan, for the first time also in a hybrid version , aims to play a leading role in the market of light commercial vehicles, minibuses and multispaces.   On the MQB platform and lots of modern technology Conceived completely from scratch and built on the MQB platform , the new Volkswagen Multivan brings with it numerous technical innovations, made available to a vehicle designed by the German company as a "shuttle for passenger transport, family vehicle or companion for adventures to enjoy free time. ".     The Volkswagen T2, longer and wider than the previous model, incorporates the stylistic features of the brand that characterize the models launched more recently. The evolution that the new Multivan makes in terms of electronic technologies and related services is remarkable, with the adoption of the MQB platform which has made it possible to bring the interconnected assistance systems IQ.Drive Travel Assistance and Car2X on board the Volkswagen van .   Configurable and versatile interiors The interior of the new Volkswagen Multivan offers finishes and features at the level of large premium SUVs, with an interior that offers comfort, generous spaces and marked versatility to adapt to different mobility needs and lifestyles. On board, where we also find tables and refrigerators, it is possible to configure the seats and spaces dedicated to the transport of luggage and bulky objects. Available in three trim levels - Multivan, Life and Style - the new Volkswagen van can accommodate up to 7 people on board, with a very large trunk that reaches up to 4,053 liters , while the maximum towing capacity is 2,000 kg.     Engines: two petrol and plug-in hybrid at launch, from 2022 also diesel The new Volkswagen Multivan is proposed at launch with three engines available, two petrol and the novelty of the plug-in hybrid. So waiting for the electric ID. Buzz, Volkswagen opts for softer electrification for the Multivan. The range is therefore initially composed of 136 and 204 HP TSI petrol engines and 218 HP plug-in hybrid engine , with DSG automatic transmission, which is placed on the eHybrid version. The new 150 HP TDI diesel engine will also be added in spring 2022 , and later also the 4Motion version with all-wheel drive .    Multivan eHybrid up to 50 km in electric An unprecedented novelty for the German van is therefore the plug-in hybrid engine, with the Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid which brings the advantages of the possibility of driving with zero emissions to the van. The powertrain of the Multivan eHybrid combines the turbo petrol engine and the electric unit for a total output of 218 hp and is supported by a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 10.4 kWh which ensures an electric range of between 46 and 50 kilometers (WLTP cycle).

An unprecedented novelty for the German van is therefore the plug-in hybrid engine, with the Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid which brings the advantages of the possibility of driving with zero emissions to the van.

The powertrain of the Multivan eHybrid combines the turbo petrol engine and the electric unit for a total output of 218 hp and is supported by a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 10.4 kWh which ensures an electric range of between 46 and 50 kilometers (WLTP cycle).

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