We'll see the unmasked Passat at the Detroit Auto Show next month, but for now, here's a glimpse of VW's latest sedan offering.
Here is the 2020 Volkswagen Passat. It's tough to tell through the camo, but it looks as if the grill gets more Jetta-like.
Headlights are redesigned as well and will come with LED lights.
The same 2.0-liter turbo engine will be offered, knocking out 174 horsepower.
However, torque will get a bump from the current 184 pound-feet to a healthier 207.
A six-speed automatic transmission will get the power to the front wheels.
Volkswagen says 17-inch wheels will be standard, but larger rims can be had as an option.
The new Passat will get standard blind-spot monitoring and forward collision warning with pedestrian detection
An 8-inch touchscreen will be standard across the board, with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and satellite radio along for the ride.
The 2020 Passat will have a fair number of optional extras, including rain-sensing wipers, lane-keeping assist, interior ambient lighting and adaptive cruise control.
We should get a glimpse of the 2020 Volkswagen Passat sans camo at the Detroit Auto Show in January.
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