This Europe-only passenger van is now built on VW’s MQB platform. It seats up to seven, and the five rear seats can be turned 180 degrees to face each other.
We often envy Europeans and their sports cars and hot hatches that legislative hurdles of the auto industry deny us. But this is a different vehicle we’d love the chance to buy, but almost certainly won’t get: Volkswagen’s stylish new Multivan.
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