Volkswagen of America CEO Michael Horn has revealed some new details about the next-generation CC.

Volkswagen of America CEO Michael Horn has revealed some new details about the next-generation CC.

Speaking to Motor Trend, Horn said the next-generation model is under development and "two versions are being studied." He went on to say the company is "seriously looking at a fastback version as one of them."

The executive also revealed import costs and exchange rates could push the company to build the new CC in the United States. Volkswagen is still weighing its options but Horn floated the idea of "waiting 2-3 years and getting the CC built here in the U.S. or in Mexico."

Besides talking about the CC, Horn said the next-generation Tiguan will likely be cheaper than its predecessor. The company is currently looking at way to reduces costs and U.S. or Mexican production could be on the table.

Last but not least, Horn said the Golf GTD could come to the United States. As he explained, the "probability is more likely now" but they won't have a decision until late 2016 or early 2017.

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