2021 Volkswagen Versatile van T7 teaser launch ahead of its official debut, for the international markets in Mid-June.

  • 2021 Volkswagen T7 teased ahead of its launch in Mid-June  
  • Volkswagen T7 will be offered with petrol, diesel and PHEV powertrain
  • Volkswagen India is working on launching FY2021 of Tiguan All-Space, and Taigun facelift in later months

Volkswagen Global today has released the teaser of the upcoming T7 Multivan for the international markets, while it is not coming in the Indian market for now. The New generation T7 Multivan scheduled to make its world debut in Mid-June 2021. The family hauler gets a host of exterior and interior updates with the new styling of Volkswagen models and also pays tribute to the T3 and T4 to the past. The 2021 T7 Multivan front fascia design inspired by the eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf and is confirmed to underpins by the flexible MQB platform as the hatchback.

2021 Volkswagen T7 teaser
T7 Sketch

The 2021 Volkswagen T7 Multivan comes offered with petrol, diesel, and PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid) powertrain. As compared with the ongoing T6.1, the new generation has a bigger wheelbase and a wide track that offers better interior and spacious cabin space. The larger greenhouse enables an additional window space at A-pillar for better visibility. Along, with T3 and T4, it also pays tribute to the original T1 which was in production for 25 years. The Interior dashboard teaser images showcase a design similar to MK8 Gold with a twin-screen layout and a small gear switch for automatic transmission.

The 2021 Volkswagen T7 is not likely to offer manual transmission and instead of using only automatic transmission along with a manual handbrake, to make Multivan more spacious at front. The other features are a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen system that enables android auto and apple car play, smartphone connectivity, 360-degree camera, multipurpose table, and so on. However, with improved space, technology, and practical vehicle bits ahs also be improved for a more open driving experience. As for the future, German Automakers are working on launching the FY2021 Tiguan All-Space, Taigun Mid-Size SUV facelift and replacing Vento with a new sedan.     

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