Volkswagen is likely to add a mid-sized crossover that would be built at its U.S. factory. A small four-door wagon concept called the Bulli that has Microbus-like styling cues may also be on the way. But VW has nixed plans to start U.S. sales of vehicles from the Up minicar family that was unveiled last month at the Frankfurt auto show. And there are no plans to sell a Polo-sized subcompact in the United States.
Polo: VW has said repeatedly that it wants to bring the car, which is the size of a Ford Fiesta, to the United States, but no time frame has been announced.
Beetle: The redesigned Beetle is 6 inches longer, 3.3 inches wider and 0.5 inches lower than its predecessor. The new sporty look is aimed at attracting more male buyers in North America and helping it sell better in Europe.
A 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel version will be added next year. The high-performance Beetle R model and a convertible version go on sale in 2012.
Golf: The 250-hp R model arrives early next year. It will be powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine, and VW says it will be the most powerful Golf ever sold in the United States.
A redesigned Golf arrives here in 2014, followed by a plug-in hybrid version in 2015.
Jetta: The range-topping GLI version of VW's compact sedan debuted this autumn. The GLI stickers for nearly $25,000 -- $8,000 more than the redesigned base Jetta introduced last year.
The GLI has a 200-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine teamed with a six-speed manual transmission. A dual-clutch automatic with paddle shifters on the steering wheel is optional.
A hybrid version of the Jetta sedan goes on sale in 2012. The SportWagen station wagon, which is based on the previous-generation Jetta, gets a freshening in 2012.
BlueSport: The mid-engine two-seat roadster, shown as a concept at the 2009 Detroit auto show, would share a platform with Audi and Porsche. The BlueSport could be produced starting in 2014; no decision has been made on U.S. sales.