There will be three gasoline variants including V6, V8 and W12 powerplants, with output ranging from 240 to 450hp. Technological gizmos include a frontal scanning system incorporated with the car’s cruise control, lane-change warning, sat-nav and Bluetooth connectivity.
Visually, it’s hard to pick the new model over the older version. The biggest changes are the revised bi-xenon headlights and new LED daytime running lights. Production of the new Phaeton is scheduled to start in May.
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