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Volkswagen’s largest model in their SUV lineup, the Touareg, first made its debut over 20 years ago in 2002. Since its release, there have been a total of three generations. The latest of these was unveiled in 2018.
Before the release of the third-gen model, it also received a mid-cycle facelift in 2015.
Depending on the region in question, the Touareg is sold in a number of trim levels. The most notable for these include the Sport, Lux, and Executive. There are also the SE, SEL Tech, and Black Editions, which are typically found in the UK.
Of course, there have also been high-performance versions like the Touareg R. A hybrid version of this made its debut in 2020.
There have been a number of engines fitted to the Tiguan over the years. Petrol engines for the first and second-gen models ranged from the 3.2 to the 6.0 L FSI.the largest of these was a W12, which is a fairly rare sight.
Diesel engines for these models ranged from 2.5 L to the fairly large 5.0 L V10.
The third-gen version has been fitted with various engine options. Petrol options include a 2.0 L inline-4 and a turbocharged 3.0 L V6 found in the R plug-in hybrid.
Diesel options for the latest iteration have consisted of either a 3.0 L V6 or a twin-turbocharged 4.0 L V8.
VW initially offered only 6-speed manual or automatic powertrains. However, transmissions have been limited to an 8-speed automatic since the second generation.