The Volkswagen Passat has been in production since the 1970’s. Since then the car has been able to achieve a worldwide reputation for being a car that is comfortable, efficient, fast and also fun to drive. The german company has been able to manufacture about 15 million Passats till this date. The new model has been developed not only to be better than its predecessor but also to compete with the other cars in the market. Lets look into some of the cars features…Beautiful exterior
The new Passat shows an unmistakable Volkswagen design by being more stylish, sleek and modern. The horizontal lines of the radiator grille are accentuated by elegant chrome louvres and lend the striking front an air of self-assured elegance. The powerful contour of the C-pillar creates a dynamic transition to the rear.Catchy on the eyes
Uncluttered, clear and unfussy – the elegantly understated interior of the new Passat is a place where you can express yourself. High-quality materials, meticulously finished, and the clear layout of the instruments create an atmosphere that gives you the freedom to do just that.Comfort for everyone
Business trip, holiday, weekend trip – simply sit back and enjoy every journey in the new Passat. The deluxe air conditioning package includes climate-controlled comfort seats at the front, covered in either perforated “Nappa” leather, “Nardo” cloth or perforated “Vienna” leather. In addition, the deluxe air conditioning package features a windscreen with insulating glass and the panoramic sliding/tilting sunroof.
Acoustic insulating glass
Get in, close the doors and enjoy: the peaceful ambience offered by the new Passat is created by the acoustic insulating glass in the windscreen. It reduces noise levels during the journey by 5 decibels, since a large proportion of outside noise is transmitted to the vehicle interior through the windscreen.Great Design
Good design underlines the character of the person it was created for – which is why we’re offering a wide and varied range of alloy wheels for the new Passat: for example the 7 J x 16 alloy wheel “Perugia”. Or the 7 1/2 J x 17 alloy wheel “Michigan”. In addition, you can also opt for the 8 J x 18 alloy wheel “Kansas”. Whatever suits your personality.Loving attention to detail
The character of the new Passat is also expressed in the various decorative inlays. Instrument panel, doors and centre console, for example, are finished in “Matt Chrome” or “Iridium printed”. The “Burr Walnut” for the instrument panel and doors and the brushed aluminium for the centre console lend your Passat a particularly elegant touch. The fine “Zebrano” wood with very fine stripes in subtly nuanced shades of brown is simply stunning.The principle of caution
At night in particular it is important to see well and also as far as possible – which is why the “Light Assist” main beam control feature in the new Passat switches on the main beam automatically from a speed of 60 km/h and in complete darkness. In addition, the system detects preceding and oncoming vehicles and automatically dips the headlights before these road users are dazzled.The principle of vigilance
The ambient traffic monitoring system “Front Assist” detects situations where proximity to other vehicles is critical and helps to reduce the stopping distance. It alerts the driver with acoustic and visual signals if vehicles ahead suddenly decelerate or move very slowly. At the same time, the vehicle is prepared for an emergency stop. If you then step on the brake, full braking power is available immediately. It also includes a city emergency braking feature, which automatically applies the brakes below a speed of 30 km/h and can help to alleviate the consequences of an accident.The principle of prevention
The fatigue detection system of Passat can help to prevent accidents caused by momentary drowsiness. If the driver’s steering behaviour deviates from the focused, slight back-and-forth movements made when concentrating on the road, an acoustic warning sounds. In addition, a display appears in the instrument cluster recommending that the driver should take a break.