Volkswagen has recently announced its plans to put the CrossBlue into production in a couple of years as the model in question will be assembled at the Chattanooga plant, in the United States.
Originally unveiled at the 2013 North American International Auto Show, in a concept form, the Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the German based automaker announcing its production version. According to the car manufacturer, the model in question will be entering production at the Chattanooga plant, in the United States, in 2016, alongside the Passat in the U.S.-spec version.
In order to produce the 7-seat mid-size SUV at the facility, VW will have to invest approximately 900 million USD in the plant and to hire approximately 2,000 people. The VW CrossBlue will be developed especially for the U.S. market and it will be offered with a 7-seat arrangement with a 3-seat bench in the middle and it will be riding on the MQB platform. The same dimensions as the concept will be retained and this means 4,986 mm in length, 2,014 mm in width and 1,732 mm in height. The first deliveries of the CrossBlue will be made in 2017.