The Passat. As advanced as you are.
The Passat, winner of the 2014 Golden Steering Wheel, shows superior design and technology: a unique symbiosis of comfort, elegance and dynamics for people who set priorities in life.
Discover the latest Volkswagen intuitive safety and technology features designed with you in mind.
Connect to the future with Volkswagen’s innovative features.
Discover how this Volkswagen can drive you beyond your comfort zone without ever compromising on elegance.
Four cameras show you what is happening around you
Wouldn’t it be nice in a busy town if you could see all around the car at one glance? The optional Area View 360° display with four cameras makes it possible.
The optionally available Area View 360° display will give you an overview: four cameras transfer helpful views onto your infotainment system screen. This allows you to see roads that are hard to see from the driver’s position. You can steer precisely onto the drawbar of a trailer or reverse around obstacles. Area View is particularly convenient if you do not have much space to manoeuvre as you can see all sides around your Volkswagen. The system produces a bird’s eye view by coupling all four cameras. This shows you what is going on around the car within the limited field of vision of the cameras.
Enjoy real drive combined with low fuel bills
Do you drive a lot and love driving, but want to keep your fuel consumption low? Our TSI petrol engines have been designed with optimum efficiency, high torque and power in mind and fulfil the standard.
They need little but can do a lot – all engines fulfil the Euro 6 standard and are well prepared for the challenges of the future. Whether it’s a TSI petrol engine, the economical and powerful engines are highly impressive.
The TSI petrol engines are the perfect combination of performance and economy. You get maximum torque even at low engine speeds. Their combination of small engine sizes with a turbocharger and direct fuel injection creates an even transmission of power. Volkswagen’s downsizing technology is employed, allowing the motor to produce high performance despite a relatively small engine capacity.