The cars would be produced through joint ventures in India and China, but would be exported back to Europe as well. The range is set to include a sedan (€6000), a wagon (€7000) and a minivan (€8000), all with boxy styling but solid engineering, and potentially bring Volkswagen back to its roots as the "people's car", albeit under another name. The move would be similar to what Renault
did with Dacia, but mark a distinct departure from existing VW strategies. In some markets (particularly South America), Volkswagen continues producing previous generations of models that have since been replaced, but at a lower price and stripped of much content.