New Midsize Sedan

Volkswagen May Build Several Models At U.S. Plant
Volkswagen May Build Several Models At U.S. Plant

Volkswagen announced last year that it was building a new plant in the southern state of Tennessee for a new mid-size sedan that will be launched in the U.S. next year. The car is expected to be slightly larger than the Passat and is being designed to rival the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry...Read More»

2010 Audi Q7
Are SUVs Making a Comeback?

Automakers are busy with plans to introduce a fleet of smaller, more fuel-efficient cars in the coming months---cars like the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze, 2012 Ford Focus, and the 2011 Hyundai Elantra. Sales numbers from this year could give them pause, as the results for this year show a surprising...Read More»

Irmao do Decio's preview rendering of the Volksagen New Midsize Sedan
Unofficial Preview Rendering Of Volksagen's New Midsize Sedan

It's no secret that Volkswagen plans to kill off the Passat and replace it with a larger, purpose-built-for-Americans midsize sedan codenamed, in a fit of startling creativity, the New Midsize Sedan, or NMS. But what the NMS will look like has been left to little more than monochrome watercolors...Read More»

Volkswagen NMS design sketch
VW'S New Mid-Size Sedan To Replace Passat In U.S.

TheCarConnection reported it first, earlier this month. Now, other outlets are confirming our report that Volkswagen will likely replace the Passat in the U.S. with its upcoming "NMS" mid-size sedan due in 2011. The latest information comes again from VW’s U.S. chief Stefan Jacoby, who told...Read More»

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