New models in 2020

The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand will launch the eighth generation of its best-selling Golf model in 2020 and it will again claim a leading position in the compact class with a sharper design, numerous technical highlights and an all-digital cockpit. The all-electric ID.3, the first vehicle to be based on the Modular Electric Drive Toolkit, aims to excite its customers with a range suited to everyday usability, a forward-looking design and equipment such as the augmented reality head-up display. In 2020, the T-Roc will be available as a convertible. The Arteon will receive a product upgrade and the Arteon Shooting Brake will also be presented. The up! and the Tiguan will likewise receive a model update. In the Chinese market, Volkswagen will continue its electric car offensive with the electric Tharu and the Tayron as a plug-in hybrid. Alongside these, a multi-purpose vehicle, the coupé versions of the Tayron and Tiguan L and the updated Phideon will be launched. Volkswagen will strengthen its presence in the United States with the upgrated Atlas, the new Atlas Cross Sport and an electric SUV. South America will see the launch of the sporty versions of the Polo and Virtus and the New Urban Coupé Nivus.

In 2020, Audi will launch more versions of the e-tron and the likewise all-electric e-tron Sportback. With successor models to the A3 and A3 Sportback, Audi is also looking to defend its lead in the premium segment of the compact class. The A3 Sportback, the A6 saloon and the Avant will all be available as plug-in hybrids in 2020. The A5, Q2 and Q5 model series will be updated.

ŠKODA will market two vehicles with all-electric drives from 2020 – the Citigoe IV and the new Enyaq SUV. Production of the successor models to the successful Octavia and Octavia Combi will also start. In addition, a plug-in hybrid will be available in the Octavia and Superb series. The Chinese, Indian and Russian markets will see the launch of the Rapid model tailored to the requirements of local customers.

In 2020, SEAT will offer the el-Born, an all-electric vehicle with a sporty emotive design. The new Leon is waiting in the wings. CUPRA will also present a particularly powerful version of the Leon and expand its product range with the addition of its first standalone model, the CUPRA Formentor.

Following the launch of the Taycan in the United States at the end of 2019, Porsche will gradually introduce the all-electric sports car to further markets in 2020.

Bentley will present the luxurious spearhead of the model series with the Continental GT Mulliner Convertible.

Lamborghini will bring out an upgrade of its Huracán RWD.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will present the successor model of the Caddy, popular with families and tradespeople alike.

Scania and MAN will also work steadily on introducing new products and services in 2020.

Ducati will launch the Streetfighter V4 and the Streetfighter V4 S in addition to three new models from the Panigale family, among others. The Icon Dark model will also expand the Scrambler family.