2019 Volkswagen Touareg Suv: All-New VW Touareg TDI 4Motion Experience


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2019 Volkswagen Touareg Suv: All-New VW Touareg TDI 4Motion Experience https://goo.gl/af8JGh

2019 Volkswagen Touareg review, test drive
The full-size luxury SUV segment has grown in recent times, so now more than ever before, the Touareg has its work cut out. Luckily, it seems to have what it takes.
The Touareg is now in its third generation (both previous versions were sold in India) and as with earlier versions, shares its underpinnings with the Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7. Yup, this is a full-size luxury SUV alright (it’s 4.9m long, 2m wide and 1.7m tall), and as such it comes with all the trappings of such a vehicle – air suspension with variable ride height, four-wheel drive, a well-trimmed interior and the best tech the brand can offer.
There is, however, one huge difference. Where the Touareg was previously the less-conspicuous alternative to the crop of full-size luxury SUVs (the Q7 in particular), in its third outing, 'inconspicuous' is not a word you could ever use to describe it. It’s got an absolutely enormous chrome grille that melds outwards into a set of large headlamps bedazzled with LEDs, and there’s even more chrome in the chin and the air intakes.

The exterior is not the only place where VW has pushed its boundaries of design extravagance. Smack in the middle of it all (but angled sharply toward the driver) is the largest touchscreen this side of a Tesla – a whopping 15 inches in size. It features just about everything you’d find in a Q7, including Google Maps-integrated satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a display for surround cameras, the works; it even gets gesture controls. So big is the screen, it has forced the central AC vents into a small recess underneath, but fret not, because the passenger side of the dashboard, much like on the Passat,
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