Entirely player-dependent. Some will open any ace, others will be adding a lot more suited connectors and one-gappers, still others will be adding a lot of suited cards, etc.
Just the VPIP alone doesn't give an indication on how positionally aware they are. Some players are nitty in position but defend their blinds too much, others have the same VPIP in every position, still others have several weird bluffing hands (like J4o or 72o) in their range, etc.
It all depends. There's no cookie-cutter chart for this.
Why not download an equity calculator?
Ace Poker Solutions' Equity Calculator
has a % slider that shows all the top hands for a certain % on a chart. You can take that as a starting point. (Note that this shows the top hands equity-wise, not necessarily the top hands people play with the same % of VPIP)