Volkswagen Multivan 6.1
Comfort and amenities for every need.
The Multivan 6.1 builds on its predecessors’ strengths and sets new benchmarks in its class. Cutting-edge technology and the same uncompromising multi-functionality make the Multivan 6.1 a versatile vehicle for anyone who is always on the move.
A full suite of safety systems
The Multivan 6.1 features an electromechanical steering system as standard, enabling a range of intelligent driver assistance systems including Crosswind Assist and Lane Assist, which detects road markings to keep the vehicle in its lane. Park Assist simplifies manoeuvring into and out of tight spaces by steering automatically, leaving the driver to operate the pedals.
Got your back
Multivan 6.1 is kitted out with a suite of innovative safety features as standard to assist you and keep you safe on every trip.
- Front Assist with City Emergency Brakes
- Multi-Collision Brake
- Crosswind Assist
- Blindspot Monitoring with Rear Traffic alert
- Front and Rear Park Distance Control with Rear View Camera
Driver Assistance Systems
It’s nice to know you’ve got a helping hand when you need it. No park is too hard with optional Park Assist. It lines up your van to fit into the space and does the steering for you. While optional High Beam Assist takes the thinking out of operating your high beams with automatic function, so you can focus on exploring.
Light the way
Your evenings are illuminated with LED interior lighting and the two reading lights in the roof console provide pleasant light for after-hours reading or working.
The LED daytime running lights add style and make you more visible on the road. While the optional LED headlights do more than you would expect. They give the vehicle an attractive signature light design while also providing a long-distance beam and large light volume, perfect for long trips on the road.
“Big. Huge. Enormous, even. It’s nearly five metres long and about 1.9m high, while its massively long wheelbase of three metres gives the Multivan a character all of its own.”