Volkswagen outlined production plans for several key models during a press conference held on Thursday at its headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany.
In particular, a slide presenting during a speech by VW brand boss Herbert Diess revealed the list of models due to enter production in 2017.
The new Polo will enter production in June, the new T-Roc and Phideon PHEV in August, and the new Touareg in November. Also entering production in November will be a new Polo-based sedan called the Virtus. Finally, a new Jetta will enter production in December.
The only models on the list confirmed for the United States are the Atlas, Arteon, long-wheelbase Tiguan, T-Roc and Jetta. The new Touareg is expected here, though VW is yet to confirm it.
During the press conference, Diess also hinted at some of VW’s long-term plans. They include the following: