HomeCar NewsVolkswagen diesel engines are likely to make a return in luxury vehicles.

Volkswagen diesel engines are likely to make a return in luxury vehicles.

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With the Volkswagen India 2.0 program. The German carmaker is spending € 1 billion (Rs. 8000 crores) in the Indian industry. They aim to extend their footprint in Tier 3 and 4 cities along with the arrival of new larger vehicles.

In this BS6 transformation phase, Volkswagen has agreed to go petrol-only through its entire fleet of cars and retired diesel engines in India. So, going ahead, VW is proposing the re-introduction of diesel in the region.

Despite their future ambitions based on SUVs. So, there would be a strong market for the alternative of a diesel engine in the luxury segment. However, smaller cars are still not having a diesel engine because the expense of exhaust after-treatment systems is having very high.

Because Volkswagen is present in Tier 1 and Tier 2 areas. The consumers do not have good performance and end up purchasing petrol vehicles. So those of you who are waiting for a TDI badge on the Polo and Vento. As you’re going to have to settle for a petrol powertrain.

For now, Volkswagen is designing an Indian-spec Taigun based on the MQB A0 IN platform along with a new Vento upgrade, all of which will be released in 2021.

The German carmaker is expanding its footprint in Tier 3 and Tier 4 areas. Euro 6 2.0-liter diesel engines on Indian soil are now being evaluated for future launches.

Volkswagen Diesel Car:

  • Volkswagen is re-launching diesel engines with India 2.0 plant.
  • Now, Euro 6 diesel is being tested in India.
  • Small cars are always only going to have diesel engines.

So, Volkswagen will introduce diesel engines for larger cars in India.

During this BS6 transformation phase, Volkswagen has agreed to go petrol-only through its entire fleet of cars and scrapped diesel engines during India. Moving forward, VW is proposing the re-introduction of diesel in the region.

Despite their future ambitions based on SUVs, there would be a strong market for the alternative of a diesel engine in the luxury segment. Nonetheless, smaller cars are also not having a diesel engine because the expense of exhaust after-treatment systems is having very high.

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