Mike Stevens | Oct 29, 2009

FOLLOWING THE GLOBAL DEBUT of the 2010 Volkswagen Golf VI, development is well underway on its 'New Medium Sedan' (NMS), as our recent spy photos show.

Today, Volkswagen has released a new stylised sketch offering a glimpse of how the final production model might look, featuring the now familiar sharp headlights and long grille of the wider Volkswagen range.

The Volkswagen NMS spied testing in September.
The Volkswagen 'NMS' spied testing in September.

While it is known that the NMS has been designed specifically for the US market - including a production schedule for assembly in the US - rumours abound that the new sedan will be the international successor to either the Passat or the Jetta.

Speaking with TMR today, Volkswagen Group Australia's General Manager for Press, Karl Gehling would not speculate on the possibility of the NMS's availability in a right-hand-drive layout.

The as yet unnamed sedan is expected go on sale in the US around the first quarter of next year, but no official word has been offered on a launch date. A Detroit Motor Show debut in January is likely.

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