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Lesser Phaeton or Ultra Passat? Volkswagen Planning New Premium Model

The long journey back from the economic damage wrought by the diesel emissions scandal is taking Volkswagen down new roads. In a bid to boost the profitability of its remaining non-diesel lineup, the automaker will introduce a wholly new model aimed at the premium car crowd, Bloomberg reports. A company spokesperson claims the model will […] The post Lesser Phaeton or Ultra Passat? Volkswagen Planning New Premium Model appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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