Generation T4, a great change.

VW T4

Volkswagen T4 was the successor to the T3 and production took place between 1990 and 2003. It was the first model of this vans line to assemble a water-cooled front engine.

The T4 was produced in five basic body types: Transporter, Kombi, Doka, Caravelle/Multivan and California. It could has two wheelbases, short base” and “long base” and a variety of different roof heights, including a poptop roof for the California version.

In 1994 was applied a major facelift to the T4 with a new shape at the front. This was necessary to adjust the engine compartment to VR6 six-cylinder engine. Commercial variants continued its production with shorter front until 1999.

The T4 was a very popular model because it met the needs of everyday small and medium enterprises or businesses and was open to any professional conversion.

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