Volkswagen Sharan gets a gasoline engine after 1 million anniversary

This special edition of the minivan, which arrived on the market a few months ago, is now available with a 1.4 TSI petrol engine of 150 hp.

A few months ago, the Volkswagen Sharan one millionth unit left the assembly line of the Palmela plant (Portugal). To celebrate, the German firm launched the Sharan 1 Million, an exclusive version with the latest interior design and technology, and is now also available with a gasoline engine.

Based on the Sharan Sport, the interior of this new version offers great comfort and seven standard seats, as well as various exclusive elements. The Vienna upholstery in Vienna leather in Black-Brown combination produces a two-tone contrast that gives it a new look. On the outside, the B-pillar of the body sports an exclusive emblem of this version and has 18-inch Marseille wheels.

This new special version offers complete standard equipment with numerous assistance, safety and infotainment systems, such as the Discover Media browser, Lane Assist, Lane-keeping Assist and the Side Assist blind spot monitor. In addition, it incorporates exclusive standard equipment, such as Dynamic Light Assist and Dynamic Chassis Control with an adjustable suspension in three hardness levels.

Under the hood, the efficient 2.0 TDI diesel engine of 177 hp, which is associated with a six-speed DSG transmission with front-wheel drive. Optionally, it can be equipped with a seven-speed DSG transmission and 4Motion traction. In addition, the 1.4 TSI 150 hp petrol engine is available with the six-speed DSG transmission.

Author: Nabeel K

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