Volkswagen rolls out a soft-road version of the little Fox hatchback in Brazil in the form of the new Fox Track, replacing the previous CrossFox with a more rugged appeal.
We've gotten used to the idea of Volkswagen keeping certain models like the Scirocco and Amarok to the European market and not bringing them to North America, but the German automaker also has a full line of vehicles made right here in the Americas that don't make it to US showrooms either. Those are the products of Volkswagen do Brasil, which has just revealed two new debuts for the upcoming Sao Paulo Motor Show.
Last month we brought you a report that Volkswagen was developing a city car to challenge the Smart ForTwo. At the time it was reported that the new car would be smaller than the current Fox but would still be a four seater. Now Auto-Bild has rendering of what the new car look like. Like the Smart, the "Lupo II" would appear to be rear engined, but would be about 11.5 ft long. The base version would be stripped down, but all kinds of extra features would be incorporated via modular production te
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