After yesterday’s Renault Twingo CC reveal thanks to a scale model, it’s Volkswagen’s turn to spill the beans on the next generation Touareg SUV, which will be formally presented at the Geneva Motor Show, thanks to a set of two die-cast models.
From what we can see, the new Touareg will share quite a lot of things with its more upscale cousin, the Porsche Cayenne, and will also sport a slightly tweaked variant of the Golf 6 front fascia. While in itself not a bad thing, I do get the feeling VW doesn’t want to take any chances with the design of new models for the time being.
Either way, from what we can see in the back, it will be almost identical with the Cayenne, and will also sport some chrome accents, as well as premium features like the dual sunroof.
What do you believe about this new design? Is it a step forward from the current Touareg or should VW take more risks and give it more defining characteristics? Share your thoughts below.
Source: Autoweek.nl via WorldCarFans
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