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Volkswagen Releases New Midsize Sedan Renderings That Showcase Model's Distinctive German Design - Web Exclusive

Sep 30, 2010

Volkswagen of America, Inc. today released three new renderings of its New Midsize Sedan (NMS), which will be produced at the company's state-of-the-art assemblv plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The renderings focus on the new model's distinctive German design and progressive body styling.

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The front view shows the strong hood lines and integration of the new Volkswagen design language across the face of the vehicle. The side view introduces the broad C-pillar and strong shoulder line, as well as the distinctive three window segments. In addition, the sculptured side panel has a strong rocker line running between the wheel arches. The unique head and tail lights are visible from the front and rear perspectives and underscore the model's modern, sporty look.

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The NMS will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS) 2011 and its market introduction will take place in the third quarter of that year.

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