Along with the T6 lineup, the Caddy family is the support of Volkswagen’s Commercial Vehicles division.
VW offered 25,000 Caddy compact vans worldwide in the first two months of 2019, compared to 27,800 units of the T6 (Transporter, Caravelle, Multivan, and California). Still, while the T6 household posted a massive 37.9 percent year-on-year increase, the Caddy lost 5.4 percent of sales.
In its current version, the Caddy has been around because of 2015 however not as an all-new model as VW liked to promote it at the time. The vehicle currently on sale traces its roots back to the Typ 2K generation released in 2003.
With that in mind, VW requires to replace the Caddy with something more contemporary– and, most significantly, truly all-new. As it turns out, VW has currently begun testing the all-new Caddy and these are the very first spy shots to show it.
2021 VW Caddy Spy Shots
Our professional photographers spotted the new Caddy undergoing cold-weather testing in northern Sweden and the pictures reveal a rather various look compared to today model. The front end features the current VW design language including a closed grille while the air consumptions lie lower down on the front bumper. The headlights are all-new and embrace a style that is flush with the grille, while the fog lights are now round.
Seen from the side, the front area seems longer providing the Caddy a somewhat more guest car-like vibe. The remainder of the body looks blocky to maximize the interior space for both passengers and cargo, depending upon the version.
This specific model likewise included sliding doors on each side and new taillights that ditch the existing Caddy’s small squared-off shape for a sleeker, vertical plan. We’re not sure. However, these pictures seem to recommend the taillights extend all the method up to the roofing.
2021 VW Caddy Engine
Under the skin, the new Caddy is anticipated to change to the MQB platform which will enable VW to use it with 48-volt mild-hybrid systems, the most recent gas and diesel motor, in addition to the latest infotainment systems, amongst other things. Surprisingly, the report has it that the future Caddy will be integrated into the upcoming T7 lineup and renamed T7 Life Caddy in the procedure.
2021 VW Caddy Debut
Expect it to debut in 2021 both in basic- and long-wheelbase Maxi configurations, followed by the all-new T7 in 2022.