The more recent VW transporter was first produced from 1990 as the T4. These later models dramatically updated the Volkswagen van line
by using a front-mounted, front-wheel drive, water-cooled engine. The T4 was marketed in North America as the Volkswagen Eurovan.
In 2003 the T5 model was introduced. The T5 range received a facelift in late 2009. Updated powertrain options include common rail diesel engines,
and a world-first usage in a light commercial vehicle of a dual clutch transmission – namely Volkswagen Group's 7-speed Direct-Shift Gearbox (DSG).
From 2015 he new T6 launched with the old Euro 5 non-AdBlue power-plants, but is offered with a Euro 6 diesel engine with 204bhp and AdBlue.
Three further Euro 6 Adblue diesel power-plants with 84ps, 102ps and 150ps are also offered. VW manufactured Camper vans are available in all
Transporter models with the interiors being fitted out under the Westfalia brand. Many independent companies also continue to convert base Transporter
vans from new.