Not bad Volkswagen, not bad at all! We had a sneaking suspicion that the all-new Touareg 2011 was going to look good, but it’s still better than expected. Everyone VW is struggling to stay out of his comfort zone, and for good reason. However, the 2019 VW Touareg does so while remaining somewhat faithful to its previous generation. Of course, it helps that his predecessor was decently beautiful too. It’s like Angelina Jolie getting Jon Voight’s genes or something like that.
At first glance, the new Touareg is more modern and much more elegant than the model it replaces. The front fairing adopts a sculpted grille, integrated headlights and many chrome details. Many of the same design elements found on the T-Prime concept as well as the new Arteon salon postpone.
On return, the 2019 VW Touareg is also updated. Slimmer taillights and a more sculpted rear continue the high-end theme, while two chrome exhaust tips can also be seen although it is not clear if they are actually functional or just for the show. Two levels of finish are represented; the blue model exudes a sportier feel, while the beige vehicle seems to be a more luxurious model.
A V6 engine is expected to be standard in the current US 3.6-liter Toucherg VR6 or Audi’s 3.0-liter supercharged V6 used in the Q7. An all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission will be standard. A hybrid plug-in option is a good bet too, using a turbocharged four-cylinder engine to complete an electric power train.
The Touareg will debut in the US sometime in 2018 as a 2019 model. It will be more expensive than the larger Atlas and, like the current Touareg, should have a starting price of around $ 50,000. .