SAUSALITO, CA – Weary of comparisons between the ’09 Volkswagen Routan minivan and the Microbus concept long ago deemed too costly to build, Volkswagen of America Inc. suggests its showrooms might someday feature versions of both vehicles. Executives make the concession while outlining, in vague terms, the product plan designed to help the auto maker meet its goal of delivering 800,000 U.S. unit-sales by 2018. This growth is contingent on VWA expanding its lineup, the auto maker says here ...

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