Volkswagen Passat 2020-2019

Travel Assist
IQ.DRIVE is the new umbrella brand for Volkswagen assistance systems. From now on, the technologies involved in autonomous driving will be bundled under the IQ.DRIVE label. An example is the new Travel Assist. The Volkswagen Passat will be the first Volkswagen that is capable of partially automated driving across practically the whole speed range (0 to 210 km/h). Along with its assistance system, the Passat represents the most advanced version of IQ.DRIVE yet seen.

Capacitive steering wheel
Volkswagen builds on intuitive operation and technologies that function largely automatically. The new Passat will be the first Volkswagen worldwide with a capacitive steering wheel. It detects touch by the driver, providing an interactive interface to systems such as Travel Assist.

Automatically safer
Emergency Steering Assist also sees its début in the Volkswagen Passat. The system improves safety during sudden evasive manoeuvres via braking intervention. In addition, the lane guidance with Lane Assist has been optimised with a new multifunction camera. The new IQ.LIGHT - LED matrix headlights also enhance safety and comfort.

Permanently online
The third generation of the Modular Infotainment Matrix (MIB3) also has its début alongside the new Passat. App-Connect - the interface for integrating smartphone apps - offers wireless integration of iPhone apps via a wireless Apple CarPlay™ for the first time as a result. The Passat is now permanently online as the new Infotainment system also comes with an integrated online connectivity unit (OCU) complete with SIM card as standard. As well as improved navigation-related services with real-time information, this encompasses new technologies and offers, music streaming services, Internet radio, the use of updatable web app technology, natural voice control enriched with online content, the seamless use of online services provided by Volkswagen We, and future cloud-based portable vehicle settings. Smartphones (compatible Samsung models) also become a mobile key for opening and starting the Volkswagen Passat.

New Digital Cockpit
The hardware and software in the MIB3 form a digitally linked unit with the Passat's new Digital Cockpit. The digital instruments have been considerably enhanced compared to the previous system (Active Info Display). The enhanced high-contrast graphics display is clear and high-quality. The variety of functions has been lifted to a whole new level. Three various display configurations can now be customised via the new multifunction steering wheel at the touch of a button.

Zero emissions in the city
The new Volkswagen Passat GTE starts 2019 with a considerably extended electric range. It is now up capable of covering approximately 55 km in the new WLTP cycle, corresponding to around 70 km according to the NEDC. As before, the Passat GTE can be temporarily used as a zero emission vehicle and is not currently liable for road tolls in major cities such as London. Thanks to reconfigured operating modes, it is possible to use the necessary energy in a more targeted manner for emission-free driving in the city. At the same time, the combination of the electric motor and turbocharged engine (160 kW / 218 PS system power) means the Passat GTE provides the benefits of a comfortable, safe long-distance vehicle. The Volkswagen Passat GTE already achieves the limits set out in the Euro 6d emission standard, which applies to new vehicles from 2021.

Particulate filters as standard
An additional highlight is the newly developed 2.0 TDI Evo - a highly efficient turbo diesel engine with an output of 110 kW / 150 PS that produces 10 g/km less CO2 compared with the equivalent engine in the predecessor. The 2.0 TDI Evo is the forerunner of a new generation of diesel engines. The powerplant range also includes three petrol engines (TSI) with 110 kW / 150 PS, 140 kW / 190 PS, and 200 kW / 272 PS as well as three diesel engines (TDI); the latter deliver 88 kW / 120 PS, 140 kW / 190 PS, and 176 kW / 240 PS respectively. All TSI and TDI units fulfil the requirements of the Euro 6d-TEMP emission standard. In addition, every new Passat - whether a petrol or diesel engine - is equipped with a particulate filter.
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    • Jan Řehák
      Jan Řehák

      Looks like VW exterior design team has holidays for last 5 years :D ... no, I mean car is nice, just no one from people which are not checking these reviews as we do will recognize that its new car....

      about 18 hours ago
    • Blaž Bohinc
      Blaž Bohinc

      Well you better not make it too good because then Audi will have nothing to sell! Remember, worse suspension, sound isolation, materials! You have to cheap out on those, And don't you dare put a powerful engine in there!

      about 10 days ago
    • Ertuğrul Ertuğrul
      Ertuğrul Ertuğrul

      I hope this video is fake. Because there's nothing that changes according to the old model.

      about 11 days ago
    • Elevated Existence
      Elevated Existence

      what engine? another boring 2.0? -_-

      about 11 days ago
    • Dragos Cummins
      Dragos Cummins

      The estate version appears 2 times as much in this video as the sedan.

      about 12 days ago
    • Mark Freeman #408
      Mark Freeman #408

      That's awesome!

      about 12 days ago
    • Ivan Delgado
      Ivan Delgado

      Fake exhaust is like stolen valor

      about 13 days ago
    • Jens StK
      Jens StK

      awesome exhaust!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      about 14 days ago
    • HForceClan

      So, New steering wheel, no analogue clock in the middle of the dash just "PASSAT" and the hazards button instead, new lights.

      about 14 days ago
    • Dragos Cummins
      Dragos Cummins In reply to HForceClan

      Also, I've seen no headlight washers on the new version. Together with the analogue clock, this smells like cost reduction that the customer is paying for because prices will not drop for sure. It is true they now ave the LED headlights as standard and the matrix is new. Still, speaking of the new position for the hazard button, I used to complain it was to far away to reach but with the new position it's even further. The advantage is that now the dash ornament is decluttered of buttons and more of the fake buttons around the shifter have usage, because, in the first generation of B8, no matter how many options you would put on the car, 4-5 buttons would have still remained empty and fake. Now it's probably 2 or 3, which is less stupid.

      about 12 days ago
    • eXT_Innocence

      song remind anyone of halo?

      about 14 days ago
    • kamoreks

      Where is watch on cocpit ? WTF. Front like B7? Joke?

      about 15 days ago
    • Plopp

      Second song?

      about 15 days ago
    • Bryan Awkwardson
      Bryan Awkwardson

      Looks good on the outside, but inside there are still a lot of crappy VW-parts

      about 15 days ago
    • Kyouma

      go buy a Tesla

      about 15 days ago
    • Ben Crosbie
      Ben Crosbie

      Wouldnt it be quicker to put a twist key in the hole to unlock the car? 😂😂😂 why womt they go the other route where you leave the key fob in your pocket and put your hand in the door handle and pulls to unlock that would be quicker otherwise just press the unlock button on the remote key. Bring back the R36 vr6! Doesnt matter if youd want cylinder activation. Hate to see those crappy engine options. B6 is hard to beat.

      about 15 days ago
    • TheNikolasu

      Europeans slaying the car game, like it's nothing..

      about 15 days ago
    • Sassy Tore
      Sassy Tore

      where is design

      about 15 days ago
    • marcin kapeluszny
      marcin kapeluszny

      Back look like Mitsubishi lancer X

      about 15 days ago
    • L L
      L L

      So boaring interiour.

      about 16 days ago
    • Sean Bates
      Sean Bates

      Unless there’s a way of switching to standard (non scrolling) indicators it’s a no from me. They are THE most pretentious fad of modern car design. They actually make me angry and I’m not even an angry person.

      about 16 days ago
    • per persen
      per persen

      This is an over priced example of an extremely boring car, where the car manufactorer believe that innovation is to raise the price each year..

      about 16 days ago
    • timnmy m
      timnmy m

      Ich persönlich finde, das man die Mittelkonsole mal überarbeiten müsste die Bedienelemente passen nicht in das Auto.

      about 17 days ago
    • erick p
      erick p

      6:27 why does the steering wheel say alltrack? lol

      about 17 days ago
    • James K Wright
      James K Wright

      Still no cooled seats?

      about 18 days ago
    • Dan Kristiansson
      Dan Kristiansson

      I don´t get those broken headlights.. Ugly as ****!

      about 19 days ago
    • mlekod

      F*ing passeratti strikes back...

      about 20 days ago
    • Andrei Cusnir
      Andrei Cusnir

      3 words, MADE IN CHINA

      about 21 day ago
    • simul8guy
      simul8guy In reply to Andrei Cusnir

      Nope. The NMS Passat is made in China.

      about 15 days ago
    • Pug Gaming
      Pug Gaming

      Bro , its volkswagen b8 , 2014 model

      about 21 day ago
    • Ben Crosbie
      Ben Crosbie In reply to Pug Gaming

      Pug Gaming if it aint broke dont fix it

      about 15 days ago
    • Kilgore Trout
      Kilgore Trout

      The Passat logo instead of the old school analogue clock might be a deal breaker for me. Please bring back the clock. It must be like a $5 part but it makes the interior classy. The Passat lettering by contrast seems tacky.

      about 21 day ago
    • KrisCro

      5:54 nice transition in song :D

      about 24 days ago