I.D. Buzz: The retro-styled three-row electric minivan is due in the U.S. in 2022.
I.D.: The small electric hatchback will arrive in 2021. VW's EV lineup will feature onboard navigation with augmented reality.
EV: A fourth EV has been promised, but so far with no details.
T-Roc: Barring an outcry from dealers or a sudden shift in consumer preferences, the subcompact crossover will remain in Europe for the time being and not imported to the U.S.
Tiguan: The Tiguan Limited is expected to remain in the lineup as a budget play until 2020.
The three-row lineup is due for a freshening in 2021.
Atlas: The U.S.-built, three-row large crossover will be freshened in 2020.
Atlas Cross Sport: The shorter, two-row version of the Atlas will go into production in late 2019 at Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga as a 2020 model.
Midsize pickup: Volkswagen must decide whether to give U.S. dealers a next-generation Amarok — essentially a rebadged body-on-frame Ford Ranger — or a unibody pickup built in Chattanooga that is derived from the Atlas-based Tanoak concept.
The decision will test the independence of Volkswagen Group of America from Wolfsburg, given the broadly positive consumer reaction to the Tanoak concept shown last spring at the New York auto show. Whichever design is chosen, it should appear in showrooms by 2021.
Commercial vehicles: They aren't in VW's U.S. product plans, though a recently announced partnership with Ford could allow for rebadged versions of the Ford Transit and Transit Connect commercial vans to be sold in the U.S. by the midpoint of next decade.