The future of Volkswagen's premium segment will go into production in China in the third quarter of 2016: as a sporty saloon car, the Phideon redefines the design language of Volkswagen's premium models. The four-door coupé, which was developed in Germany, positions itself as both a sports saloon as well as a chauffeur-driven limousine.
The exterior of the Phideon has smooth transitions and clear lines, from the energetically forward-leaning front and a sharp shoulder line to the characteristically harmonious coupé sloping roof at the rear. At over five metres in length, the C model is set off to its best advantage with a powerful radiator grille, striking chrome elements and the ambient exterior lighting, which makes its début with this car.
The interior also conveys a sense of luxury: The rear passenger compartment has a genuine lounge character, while Volkswagen has integrated ground-breaking technology in the cockpit, such as the newly developed Active Info Display for a virtual 3D look and the chauffeur mode, which allows the passenger to send information to the infotainment system.
With this sporty saloon car Volkswagen has set its sights on a future in which design and innovative technology are elegantly combined.
Phideon product video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlKzxNADxLM