The new Touareg has some impressive cousins. It shares its basic platform with Bentley’s Bentayga, the Audi Q7 and even the new Lamborghini Urus. While it may not be as exclusive as some of these luxury SUVs, it’s a worthy flagship for the entire Volkswagen range.
|Initial Rental||£3,074.58 + VAT|
|Followed by monthly payments||23 x £341.62 + VAT|
|Miles Per Annum||8,000|
Volkswagen describes the new Touareg’s design as ‘bold andconfident’ and there’s no doubt the new, assertive chrome grille does make a statement. It’s flanked by LED Matrix headlights, each of which is home to 128 individual LEDs. Compared with its predecessor, the lines are more angular and sharp, with sculpted shoulders and broad tail light clusters at the rear. It’s the Volkswagen design language at its most upmarket, assured and proud. The new Touareg is 44mm wider and 77mm longer than the model it replaces, with sliding and folding rear seats in a 40:20:40 configuration and a boot capacity of 810 litres (with the rear seats in place). Lightweight aluminium construction accounts for a weight saving of over 100kg and commensurate improvement in fuel-efficiency.
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