Published on August 7th, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
How Stylish Is This Volkswagen Sedan?
How did Volkswagen designers make this very capable car even more alluring? The Volkswagen Vento’s appearance makes such a dominant styling statement with consistent use of horizontal lines that define this rather conventional sedan design. The radiator grille forms a stylistic unit together with the headlights. The result: the Volkswagen Vento has a wider and more dynamic visual stance.
Just beneath the grille and headlight unit is the cleanly sculpted surface of the fully painted bumper. One section lower, another cooling air intake and a tray-shaped front give the Vento a sporty finish. The upper section of the front end displays a powerful transition from the v-shaped engine bonnet to the wings on the sides; the shoulder section here reflects dynamic and muscular styling.
Side profile: In the saloon’s side profile, design characteristics that mark this Volkswagens style meld into yet another Volkswagen group interpretation of the “design DNA” conceptualised by the Italian Head of Design for the Volkswagen Group, Walter de Silva together with the German Head of Design for the Volkswagen Brand, Klaus Bischoff.
Thanks to wide track dimensions the wheelarches also form a precise transition. Meanwhile, the trailing edge of the door follows a straight line from the side sill diagonally back into the triangle window; stylistically, this lengthens the door and gives the overall vehicle an even larger, more extended and elegant appearance.
Rear section: Harmonised surfaces and sporty shoulders also dominate the look at the rear of this VW Vento. The very wide rear window offers excellent visibility behind the saloon and simultaneously emphasises its dynamic lines. Its interplay with the C-pillars, as striking as they are elegant, and the clearly sculpted shoulder section, produces a design that is extremely dominant, generating a strong presence. This VW Vento will always remain a handsome car.