2014 Volkswagen Caddy Pick-Up Concept review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 10 April 2013 , 07:04:19 byEmil

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Volkswagen Caddy Pick-Up Concept

German carmaker Volkswagen has introduced the new Caddy Pick-Up concept in Poland at the Poznan Motor Show without making a big deal out of it, but we are now able to give you more information on their latest achievement, but before we get there, know that the Germans have also presented other models, 20 to be more precise. The Golf, of course, was there, the sporty R-line versions of the Touareg, Tiguan, CC, Passat and Polo, but also some race versions like the Golf GTI capable of generating 310 horsepower and the Golf Cup street edition version. One of the most important models released is the VW Jetta Hybrid, a model powered by a turbocharged gasoline engine capable of generating 150 horsepower and by an electric motor that also develops 20 kW. This output enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds and it uses 4.1 liters of fuel per 100 km. The CO2 emission level is 95 g/km. In comparison to a comparable car with a conventional drive, the sports saloon needs around 20 % less fuel which is always good to hear.

At the VW passenger cars stand there were also displayed the Caddy, T5, Crafter and Amarok. These types of vans are the basis for the functioning of many business activities in both small businesses as well as large enterprises. The security services, including ETC and ambulance services is very important to the reliability of vehicles because these institutions often use cars made by Volkswagen.

The Volkswagen Caddy Pick-Up receives power from a 3.2-liter V6 engine capable of generating 250 horsepower. There is also a Caddy turned into a limousine with very luxurious interior, equipped with a TV and Minibar. This is all for the moment on the matter, folks.