The Alltrack versions of the Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen Jetta will be launched in 2015 and they will come in the same configuration as the current Passat Alltrack.
The German based automaker Volkswagen is planning to develop the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and the Volkswagen Jetta Alltrack, once the two models will hit the market in their new generations, and the versions will be introduced in 2015. Even if there is no official word on this subject from the car manufacturer just yet, the guys at autocar.co.uk are saying that the two models will get plastic body cladding and an increased height.
Both the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and the Volkswagen Jetta Alltrack will ride on the new MQB platform, which can already be “seen” on the 2013 Audi A3. The two versions of the Golf and Jetta Alltrack will be offered with either front or all-wheel drive and if everything will go as planned, the models will hit the market in their final production form in 2015.
As a quick reminder, the current Volkswagen Passat Alltrack is based on the Estate version of the popular VW Passat model and the model has been fitted with a raised suspension, plastic cladding for the body and an aluminum underbody protection. The VW Passat Alltrack is going against models like the Volvo XC70 or even its more expensive brother, the Audi A4 Allroad.