Volkswagen's flurry of production announcements continues as the company has revealed new details about several upcoming models.

Volkswagen's flurry of production announcements continues as the company has revealed new details about several upcoming models.

First up, the Volkswagen Crafter successor will be built at a new plant in Wrzesnia, Poland. The plant will create at least 2,300 new jobs and begin production in the fourth quarter of 2016.  Volkswagen didn't have much to say about the model but it is expected to be developed with MAN instead of Mercedes.

The company also confirmed plans to begin building the next-generation Tiguan at their Hanover plant in 2016. The model will be built on the Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) and production in Hanover will support primary production in Wolfsburg.

Last but not least, Volkswagen confirmed the next-generation Porsche Panamera will be built in Leipzig starting in 2016. As we reported earlier today, the model is expected to ride on the MSB platform and feature a new generation of six- and eight-cylinder engines.

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Volkswagen confirms new Tiguan, Crafter & Porsche Panamera for 2016