2016 Volkswagen Transporter Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Volkswagen Transporter Concept

Based on the Multivan Comfortline it will be available with tinted windows, LED headlights and rear lights, fog lights with cornering light and the chrome package are, for instance, all included as standard. Also exclusively available as options are a total of four two-tone paintwork finishes with colour-coordinated decorative elements on the dash panel, plus 18-inch retro-design ‘Disc’ alloy wheels in two different colour patterns. It will also get ParkPilot front and rear, Side Assist with electric folding mirrors, cruise control and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) as standard.

2016 Volkswagen Transporter Price

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2016 Volkswagen Transporter redesign

2016 Volkswagen Transporter Redesign

The new Transporter also gets LED head- and tail-lights, an electrically operated tail-gate, adaptive cruise control, and a new adaptive chassis control system called Dynamic Cruise Control that allows the driver to select from three driving modes: Comfort, Normal and Sport, it also offers Light Assist which automatically dips high beams as well as City Emergency Braking. Obviously, some of these features will only be available on certain models and we’re not sure whether all of these systems will be available on models in Australia.

2016 Volkswagen Transporter Specs

The T series is a classic in design. It has therefore been modernised cautiously, but has become even sharper, more precise and thus enhanced still further in quality. The lines, beads and edges run continuously from front to back. The entire body now has the appearance of being all one piece, as if milled from a solid block. Like its predecessors, the new T generation, too, thus remains immediately recognisable. The extremely solid foundation on which all T series models are based: the commercial vehicle. Subjected every day to the hardest of tests and developed for professionals. Robust and reliable. Forming the top of the range, however, is the Multivan. Families and outdoor sports enthusiasts in particular value its proverbial flexibility. In between comes the Caravelle as the joining link. Created both for commercial and private use, this spacious multi-purpose vehicle has also been upgraded once again and is now for the first time available as a Highline model as well. Designers and engineers have also covered a broad spectrum inside and developed high-quality interiors for both versions of the vehicle: highly practical in the case of the Transporter versions – very bespoke and refined in the case of the Multivan, satisfying the requirements of its different customer groups. The arrangement of storage trays and compartments also depends on the model. Everything here has its place. Be it a folding ruler, coffee mug, mobile phone or tablet. Form follows function. In best Bauhaus tradition.

2016 Volkswagen Transporter Price

By means of radar, the ‘Front Assist’ area monitoring system (optional for the Transporter, Multivan and Caravelle; standard on the Multivan Business) recognises critical distances to the vehicle in front and helps to shorten the stopping distance. In dangerous situations the system warns the driver visually and audibly, as well as with a slight jolt of the brake. With adaptive cruise control (‘ACC’), a sensor measures the distance to the vehicle in front and the relative speed. In combination with the DSG, the ACC system can also slow the vehicle down, for example in queues or traffic jam situations, to a complete stop. Depending on the situation, ACC then starts up again automatically after a predefined period. An integral component of ‘Front Assist’ and ‘ACC’ is the City Emergency Braking function, which provides assistance at low speeds of under 30 km/h and thereby offers significantly improved safety, especially in dense city traffic. If the driver fails to see an obstacle, the system automatically applies the brakes and ensures that the collision-speed is reduced. In order to minimise the risk related to this scenario, the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System is provided as standard in the Transporter. Another option is ‘Light Assist’ that performs automatic, camera-controlled switching on and off of the main beam. The ‘Driver Alert System’, which is standard in vehicles with a multifunction display, recognises any deviations from normal driving behaviour and recommends the driver takes a break. During the journey the optionally available electronic voice enhancement helps drivers to keep their eyes focussed on what is happening on the road. Without any turning of the head, the driver’s voice can be automatically amplified and played back to the passengers over the radio system’s loudspeakers. For all vehicles with 4MOTION, Hill Descent Assist is available as an option. By targeted application of the brakes to individual wheels, which the driver is not able to do singularly using the foot brake, and by cutting the engine speed, it ensures a safe, controlled hill descent. During towing operation, electronic trailer stabilisation also utilises the components of the electronic stability control system and thus contributes significantly to safety while driving. A feature recommended in particular for cold, snowy regions is the new heated windscreen that ensures a clear view.

2016 Volkswagen Transporter Interior

2016 Volkswagen Transporter Engine

Power is provided by VW’s latest generation 2.0-litre TDI engines with outputs ranging from 62kW, 75kW, 110kW and 150kW.  A 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine with 110kW and 150kW is also available.

In the T series a completely new generation of TDI engines is being launched for the EU6 markets. Internally it answers to the name ‘EA288 Nutz’. This engine has been developed specifically for the tough requirements of a commercial vehicle. Longevity and ruggedness were thus the top priority. The TDIs available are transversely mounted and angled forwards by eight degrees. They have a cubic capacity of 1,968 cm3 and deliver 62 kW / 84 PS, 75 kW / 102 PS, 110 kW / 150 PS and 150 kW / 204 PS. The petrol option is likewise a four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 2.0 litres. It delivers either 110 kW / 150 PS or 150 kW / 204 PS. Across the whole model series, the new engines save a litre of fuel compared to the previous generation. All Euro-5 and Euro-6 engines have a stop/start system as standard. Thus, overall fuel consumption could be reduced by 15% on average.

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