The Volkswagen Caddy Alltrack has been unveiled officially as it will be debuting at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Volkswagen Caddy has recently received the Alltrack treatment and it will see daylight, for the first time in a controlled environment, in just a day, during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The model will be replacing the Cross Caddy and it will be offered in both passenger and panel van versions, both of them getting the brand new Mojave Beige metallic finish and the 17-inch Quito bespoke alloy wheels.
The vehicle is also bringing the black trim panels on the front and rear bumpers and side wheel arches, the underbody protection system, the chrome fins on the front grille, the silver roof rails, smoked taillights and Alltrack logos. The interior design is bringing the 7Summits seat covers with Pillion fabric, the leather wrapped steering wheel and gear lever, chrome finish for some buttons and knobs, alloy pedal set, Muscat stitching, unique floor mats, faux carbon trim and more.
The Volkswagen Caddy Alltrack is coming with a variety of gasoline burning units which are producing between 84 HP to 125 HP, while the diesel lineup is varying between 75 HP to 150 HP. The model also has a 1.4 liter natural gas unit, producing 110 HP. Transmission options include the 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual, 6-speed DSG and 7-speed DSG. The 4MOTION all-wheel drive system is offered as an option. Prices for the vehicle will start from 19,617 euros for the panel van and 24,359 euros for the passenger version, VAT included, and this will be offered for sale by the end of this year.