Designed in Brazil and marketed in South America by 2020, the new crossover will also land in Europe in 2021
Volkswagen Nivus: connectivity
Nivus will offer unprecedented technology such as the VW Play multimedia system which will be adopted by other models of the brand and add new unique elements to its segment. The infotainment screen will occupy a good part of the dashboard. There will also be the latest hi-tech news including Lte connectivity with Wi-Fi hotspot. The start of production in Brazil is imminent in the Anchieta plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo (San Pablo) and will have the modular Mqb platform. Nivus is the first model developed in South America and will also be produced in Europe in Pamplona, Spain, starting from the second half of 2021.
The design of the Volkswagen Nivus SUV
Nivus has an attractive design, with a particular emphasis on the front, a typical feature of the coupé and which elevates the natural sportiness of the model. In addition to the modern style, Nivus can count on details such as the LED headlights and, for the headlights, the daytime running lights with Drl technology. Another significant detail is the adoption of 17-inch wheels.
MOTORS FOR EUROPE TO BE DEFINED
In Brazil, the Volkswagen Nivus will offer a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine with an output of 114 horsepower, coupled with a six-speed manual transmission or an optional double clutch. Front wheel drive only. In Europe it will probably use the engines already foreseen for the T-Cross which are the 1.0 Tsi of 95 and 116 Hp and the 1.5 Tsi of 150 Hp. Diesel availability to be defined. In Volkswagen programs, the new model is not intended to compete with the T-Cross, because the latter’s target is more family oriented while Nivus is intended for young people and technology enthusiasts.
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