Volkswagen Multivan Kombi is now available for private viewing

Updated Jun 22, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

You can book an appointment through VW BGC.

Volkswagen Philippines announced last week that the Multivan Kombi will make a comeback in the country by the third quarter of 2021. The German automaker hasn’t disclosed the full details of the PH-spec VW Multivan Kombi, but fortunately, Volkswagen BGC gave us a first look at the car brand’s latest addition to the local lineup.

PH-spec Volkswagen Mutivan Kombi front view

The PH-spec Volkswagen Mutivan Kombi

The Volkswagen Multivan Kombi that will be offered to Filipino car buyers is the sixth-generation model (T6) instead of the new seventh-gen version (T7). As seen in the teaser photos, the PH-spec Kombi bears a two-tone paint scheme complemented by chrome trims found on the lower portion of the German van.

Both the headlights and taillights are equipped with LED lighting which provides a more upscale look on the go. Another exterior feature that can be seen in the shared photos is its 17-inch alloy wheels. As of this writing, only one unit is shown by Volkswagen BGC so we have to wait for further announcements regarding the model’s color options.

PH-spec Volkswagen Multivan Kombi interior view

Interior view of the PH-spec VW Multivan Kombi

Moving to the interior, the PH-spec Volkswagen Multivan Kombi comes with a spacious 7-seating configuration, with the second row utilizing captain chairs so passengers can adjust to the most comfortable seating position. It is also installed with a digital instrument cluster, LED ambient lighting, and an infotainment touchscreen.

PH-spec Volkswagen Multivan Kombi center console

An innovative-looking dash layout

No pricing has been rolled out by Volkswagen Philippines just yet. Now, considering that the Type 2 is assembled in Europe, one can expect that its market value should be relatively higher as compared to how the rest of the Volkswagen models in the Philippines are priced.

All the current Volkswagen models in the country are imported from China which makes these vehicles benefit from the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement, resulting in more affordable pricing.

PH-spec Volkswagen Multivan Kombi rear view

See it first at Volkswagen BGC

Interested individuals may now check out the new Volkswagen Multivan Kombi through a private viewing at Volkswagen Bonifacio Global City (BGC) situated at 938, 28th Street City Center, BGC. To book an appointment for private viewing, individuals may reach the said dealership’s contact number at +63 2 8558 5819.

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Know more about Volkswagen Kombi 2022

Volkswagen Kombi
Officially known as the Volkswagen Type 2, depending on the body type it has, it is also known as the Transporter, Kombi, or the Microbus. It is a commercial vehicle that was introduced by the German automaker, Volkswagen, in 1950. It is the second car model by Volkswagen that is the successor of the Type 1, Beetle. The Kombi was derived from the Beetle and it was referred to as Type 2 as designated by its maker. The Kombi was one of the pioneers when it comes to passenger and modern cargo vans. It raised forward control vehicles in the US in the 1960s. The Kombi had other names and because of the popularity of the counterculture movement in the 1960s, it was also named the Hippie van. Brazil has the last factory that manufactured the T2 series which stopped production on December 31, 2013, due to the launch of stricter safety laws in the country. This ended the era of rear-engine Volkswagens. The Kombi camper is the latest version of Volkswagen’s Transporter and the spiritual successor to the old Kombi.


Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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