Rendering – VW Up! Sedan is an Amaze slayer

Posted on: Apr 24, 2013 - 5:35pm IST

If you have a potent and affordable hatchback like the VW Up!, the idea of making a sub four metre sedan is almost irresistible.

VW Up! sedan rendering

VW India is not talking about the Up! or its possible derivatives, but we know that the Up! is not just a product but a platform. The Taigun mini SUV concept is based out of it and is most likely heading for production line. So why not a sub four metre sedan in the lines of the Maruti Swift Dzire and the Honda Amaze?

Here is a speculative rendering of the car created by popular rendering artist Theophilus Chin. It uses the same formula as the fellow compact sedans. The front of the design would be a ditto of the hatchback sibling and the same can be said about the interior as well.

Just like the Honda Brio, the Up! hatchback at a length of 3.5m allows enough room for the designers to attach a decent looking boot. VW needn’t have to invent compact diesel and petrol engines either. The end result would be a VW sedan that interests every Indian!

Given that VW’s Chakan plant has the ability to roll out some serious number of cars, the Up! sedan is just a matter of localization. However the biggest question is that, is VW India thinking the same way as we do?

What do you think about the prospects of a VW Up! sedan?


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3 thoughts on “Rendering – VW Up! Sedan is an Amaze slayer

  1. […] VW decides to bring the Up! hatchback, Up! based sedan and the Taigun to India, the production cost can be kept very competitive. The Taigun could […]

  2. Sushrut says:

    It has potential and the way VW works, it will come in to production by 2018. They work typical MNC way, no hurry no fuss no worries about losing market share. Product development is slow and decisions are based upon our economy rather than dishing out what the market is demanding which is good hatchbacks, compact SUV’s and sedans. Is that goo difficult to read. They should outsource material development and localization to Hyundai who are best in this business. EON is the proof.

  3. sandy says:

    Up! has not yet taken birth and we have already mapped the family planning. 🙂
    But I’m not sure how will it look in real, as the image depicts the rear overhang is more then front, which is nowadays not taken easily.


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!