The division Alltrack of the German automaker Volkswagen has produced a concept version of Caddy.
The Volkswagen Caddy is being treated to the Alltrack division. The commercial vehicle division has already revealed new concept of the VW Golf and Passat. Now Alltrack is taking over the Caddy and has produced a new concept.
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The new Caddy van is called the Caddy Alltrack. The new Alltrack Caddy is set to be completely released at the 2015 Frankfurt International Motor Show. The new Caddy has been beefed up to replace the previous Cross Caddy.
The new Caddy Alltrack shows black trim on the wheel arches, side sills and the bumpers. The under body of the new Caddy is protected with metallic accents. The new Caddy also offers unique 17-inch alloys.
Additionally, fog lights and chrome trims on the grille have also been added. The metallic paint is shown to be beige in the images released of the new Caddy. The paint color is optional.
The metallic gloss of the paint perfectly shows off the Alltrack logos. The interior of the Caddy has also been touched by the Alltrack treatment. The interior is seen to have more unique trims than the previous model.
The only specification revealed has been the presence of the 4Motion all-wheel drive. The Caddy will come in 2 variations, the passenger and panel van body-styles.
The engine will also offer either a diesel or three gasoline engine options. The Caddy will have a horsepower ranging from 74 to 123 hp. The Caddy Alltrack will be unveiled next week in Frankfurt.
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Prices for the new Caddy start at €16,485.00 net for the panel van (€19,617.15 gross) and €20,470.00 net for the passenger car version (€24,359.30 gross), each with the 84 PS TSI entry-level engine. The European market launch of the Caddy Attack is planned for end of 2015.