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The Volkswagen Touareg occupies a prominent spot in the segment it competes in and has assumed flagship position in the brand’s SUV line-up since the early 2000s. The all-new third-generation model is set to mark a milestone and prove what the engineers and designers at Volkswagen are capable of when launched in early May this year.
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Building on its cumulative worldwide sales figure, which nears the one-million mark when accounting for both first-generation and second-generation models, the all-new Touareg is believed to offer a barrage of assistance, comfort, lighting and entertainment systems, to attract younger, tech-savvy users and catch the attention of a larger audience.
Leading the way for the brand’s fully digitized Innovision Cockpit (which will be revealed for the first time ever) a sizeable 12-inch display is accompanied by a larger 15-inch display that merges to form an information, communication and entertainment unit that isn’t in need of conventional buttons or switches.
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Compared to the model it replaces, the third-generation Touareg is moderately wider and longer. The new dimensions positively affect interior space with increased room for occupants and cargo space up from 697-liters to 810-liters with all rows in use. Despite its increased length and width, the 2018 Touareg is 106 kilograms lighter than its predecessor with mixed material construction (48% aluminum and 52% high-strength steel) to thank.
With the largest range of assistance, handling and comfort systems to ever be integrated into a Volkswagen, the new Touareg includes the likes of Night Vision Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Front Cross Traffic Assist, Active All-Wheel Steering, LED Matrix Headlights and a Head-Up Display that make driving not only safer but more enjoyable too.