VW moves upmarket with new Touareg

Modern but conservative, VW’s new flagship SUV is expected to be a huge success, writes Dave Humphreys

27th May, 2018
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Volkswagen Touareg 3.0 TDI V6: feels every bit a premium quality product

The last time that Volkswagen set out to produce a true flagship model it was under the leadership of one Ferdinand Piëch. That car was the Phaeton, a car that was over-engineered and ultimately lost Volkswagen a fortune on every model sold. Nevertheless, it was a defining car and remains well-loved by enthusiasts.

Now Volkswagen is setting out its new flagship, which is expected to be a greater success and unsurprisingly it is...

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