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The Volkswagen Group A0 platform is a series of automobile platforms shared among superminis of various marques of the Volkswagen Group.

Under Volkswagen's revised platform naming system, the "A04" platform is now known as the PQ24 platform,[1] and what may have been called the A05 platform is officially the PQ25 platform. The new nomenclature is derived as follows:

  • P indicates a passenger car platform
  • Q (quer) indicates a transverse engine
  • 2 indicates the platform size or class
  • 5 indicates the generation



A01 (Typ 86) platform cars:


A02 (Typ 86C) platform cars:


A03 platform cars:

A04 (PQ24)Edit

A04 platform cars, now officially referred to as the PQ24 platform:[1]

A05 (PQ25) Edit

PQ25 is a development of the PQ24 platform with the possibility of all-wheel drive,[2][4][5][6] informally known as A05 .

"New A05+"

A06 (PQ26) Edit


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  2. ^ a b "Next generation VW small car platform to offer all-wheel drive". Retrieved 2 October 2010.
  3. ^ Novo Gol - Mudanças para continuar na liderança Archived 16 December 2009 at the Wayback Machine (in Portuguese)
  4. ^ Seat boss: New Ibiza matches Toyota quality
  5. ^ Volkswagen Polo And Audi A1 Will Share New AWD Platform
  6. ^ 2008 Paris Motor show photos & coverage
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  8. ^ "Thinking Small: Audi A1, Q3 and VW Polo". Motor Trend. Source Interlink Media. 1 March 2009. Retrieved 1 October 2009.
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