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2020 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT R LINE – WORLD PREMIERENew 2020 Volkswagen Passat R Line World premiere ✅ Der neue Volkswagen Passat R Line Weltprem . The new Passat with the latest innovations of the brand! The new Passat celebrates its trade fair premieres at the Motor Show in Geneva – the first impressions are already here.Volkswagen says the adaptive cruise control function also reacts to speed limits, bends, roundabouts and junctions with corresponding speed adaptation using front-facing camera and GPS data. Emergency Steering Assist also debuts in the new Passat, which uses the brakes to maintain vehicle control during “sudden evasive manoeuvres”, while vision is improved with the available new Matrix LED headlights, dubbed ‘IQ.Light’. Aesthetically, the updated Passat gets new bumpers front and rear, a revised ‘Passat’ rear logo, along with redesigned LED head- and tail-light units now included as standard. Vehicles fitted with the Matrix LED IQ.Light system also get sweeping indicators at the front and rear. The second-gen Active Info Display now measures 11.7 inches, and offers “better graphic performance, greater pixel density, improved brightness and contrast as well as more intense colours” – as you may have gathered, it’s better than the last one. The wider range is available with a total of seven powertrains (three petrol, four diesel) if you exclude the aforementioned GTE. Petrol power comes in the form of the 110kW 1.5 TSI, the 140kW 2.0 TSI, and the 200kW 2.0 TSI. Meanwhile, there’s an 88kW 1.6 TDI, a 110kW 2.0 TDI Evo, a 140kW 2.0 TDI and the 176kW 2.0 TDI (bi-turbo). All petrol versions get a particulate filter in Europe, while diesels are all fitted with a particulate filter and SCR catalytic converter.

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2020 Volkswagen Passat R Line ✅ NEW 2020 VW PASSAT R LINE Hello volkswagen drivers, this is new 2020 passat r line . Redesigned with the U.S. market in mind, the 2020 Passat keeps the platform of the outgoing model (skipping the MQB platform that underpins the European Passat) but features a more premium look inside and out, coupled with a more aggressive grille and standard 17-inch wheels. Four-door coupes are the new sedans, so perhaps it’s no surprise that Wolfsburg is going in this direction, given the proliferation of this look among other German automakers. The “tornado” character line adds a further touch of style, conveying a more premium appearance along with slimmer LED headlights and taillights. On the inside the cabin has been reworked with a heavy emphasis on repeating horizontal lines, lending the dash a sleeker and more expensive look helped by chrome accents — we saw a preview of this look with the debut of the Atlas a couple of years ago. When it goes on sale later this year the 2020 model will be powered by a turbocharged and direct-injected 2.0-liter engine, good for 174 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque. This isn’t a new engine per se — it’s a carryover, just like the platform — and this powerplant will be paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The new Passat will be offered in four trim levels along with a launch-only Limited model when it goes on sale.