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• Passat Variant and Golf Sportsvan crowned ‘Best Product of a Year’
• Plus awards for ‘High Quality, Design and Ease of Use’ given to Passat Saloon,
Passat Variant and Golf Sportsvan
The Volkswagen brand’s pattern group was celebrated yesterday dusk with a Plus X Award. Klaus Bischoff, Head of Volkswagen Design, supposed a creation endowment on interest of his team. In addition, 3 Volkswagen models perceived a loving sign of capitulation in a serve 5 categories.
The Volkswagen code was one of a vast winners in this year’s Plus X Awards, picking adult no reduction than 6 accolades. A special endowment went to a brand’s pattern team. In a central reference a judges said: “Over many decades, Volkswagen has grown a code temperament and has not mislaid steer of this in a face of contemporary trends. In fact, utterly a opposite. From a vast pattern down to a smallest detail, from a conformation to a increasingly critical light signature, awake concepts combine functionality and emotion. And they do so on a vast scale. Volkswagen’s pattern group has proved, generally with a ‘C Coupé GTE’ judgment automobile only recently denounced in Shanghai, how scalable and nonetheless polished a company’s stream styling is.”
In addition, a Plus X tip fame of ‘Best Product of a Year’ went to dual Volkswagen models: by trait of “its ideal workmanship and undying interior and extraneous design” a Passat Variant was crowned ‘Estate Car of a Year 2015/16’. The Golf Sportsvan too, that according to a jury “provides that wilful additional space and functionality and elevates motoring to a turn that business value”, perceived a prestigious Plus X Award as ‘Compact MPV of a Year 2015/16’.
In a ‘High Quality, Design and Ease of Use’ category, a creation endowment was also given to a Passat Saloon, Passat Variant and Golf Sportsvan.
The general Plus X Awards were launched in 2004 and annually recognize a many innovative and future-proof products that have during slightest one additional underline and so emphasize a product’s combined value. The entries were judged by an international, eccentric jury from 27 business sectors.