FRANKFURT – The new vehicle Volkswagen AG is studying to slot between the Passat and the all-new Phaeton luxury sedan would not be a conventional sedan or even a 4-door coupe, says Chairman Bernd Pischetsrieder. Known internally as the C1, it does not make sense “to have another conventional saloon (sedan) when we have the Audi A6 in the segment,” he says in an interview here. Volkswagen planning vehicle between Passat and Phaeton. It will come from an existing architecture, ...

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