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2014 Beijing Motor Show: Volkswagen will showcase the new CC concept

Snapshot: Volkswagen will showcase new coupe concept study at Beijing Motor Show next week

Volkswagen is all-set to debut a new mid-size coupe concept study at the upcoming 2014 Beijing Motor Show. The new concept will be based on the Jetta sedan whose facelift the company revealed two days back on the internet. The new design is a four-door coupe, which apparently will be larger than the Passat in dimensions and will be developed on Volkswagen's MQB platform. Interestingly, the new concept is being touted for expanding the Volkswagen's CC lineup that stands for ‘Comfort Coupe.’

The German automaker has already been selling the CC in international markets as a coupe-like version of the Passat. The Volkswagen CC is a four-door unitary construction quite similar to the Audi A7 Sportback. Now, it is said that the German giant is planning to expand its CC lineup with this new mid-size model study that will probably be positioned below the present CC. The 2014 Beijing Motor Show will start on 21st April 2014 and will be on till 29th April. The new CC concept will be accompanied by the Golf R 400 Concept at the show. Stay tuned to Autoportal to keep the track of further updates from this year's Beijing Motor Show.

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