With new Passat, Volkswagen shows it's sticking with sedans

Volkswagen said that eight years ago, it completely overhauled the midsize sedan to cater specifically to American buyers, with more interior space and creature.

The German company said its 2020 model builds on that, offering upgraded technology, more convenience and added driver assistance features.

Last SlideNext Slide "We've tried to turn heads with this car," Steven Warrick, senior manager of mid- and full-size products for Volkswagen, said at a sneak peek of the new Passat at an event in Detroit last month.

While trucks and SUVs are dominating new vehicle sales, “we don't want to abandon sedans,” Mark Gillies, senior manager of product communications for VW, said at the event last month.

Every Passat comes with standard technology to integrate compatible smartphones with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Mirror Link.

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