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Volkswagen Shows Off Its Multivan Alltrack in Geneva

It’s not all concept cars and luxurious sedans at the Geneva Motor Show as we’re also talking about Volkswagen’s 4WD Multivan Alltrack, the German automaker's off-road version of the company's Multivan large MPV.
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The four-wheel-drive minivan vehicle will be far more versatile and quite stylish. We’re saying that is versatile as the floor track system can actually be used to securely mount a mobile kitchen module (located on the left side of the car or behind the front seats.)

The company even managed to actually combine off-road features with a chic nautical design, a “Moonstone Mother of Pearl Effect” that works nicely with the grey and matt silver that can be found on the exterior.

From a design point of view, Volkswagen’s Multivan Alltrack is quite appealing, the company opting for decorative trim strip beneath the window’s edge, grey-blue seats that have been wrapped in Poltrona Frau leather plus an intense brown wood boat floor produced in “vinterio technology.”

The exterior of the minivan features protective side strips and boot sill protector, grey wheel arches as well as front and rear bumpers. Moving on to the engine, the guys from Volkswagen promise a 2.0-liter TDI engine that produces 180PS(177hp). The power is send to a 4Motion system Haldex multi-plane coupling that has been mounted to the rear axle.

We must say that is particular minivan sound pretty good and although the company hasn’t said anything about a possible production model, we believe that it could preview a road-going version.

 
 
 
 
 

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