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Volkswagen to develop BMW 5-Series competitor


A competitor which will tackle the BMW 5-Series is currently planned by Volkswagen. Volkswagen has some big plans for its future car lineup and in between developing replacements for its current models, such as the Passat, the company will also introduce some new vehicles, including the five-seat crossover, which will be presented at the 2015 NAIAS, in Detroit, next month, in ...
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Volkswagen car brand to be led by former BMW development head
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