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Review of the Year, Part 6: In 2019, SUVs were fully on-trend. In line with this, Volkswagen celebrated two milestones, unveiled its smallest vehicle in the segment, and will in future be focusing on zero-emission SUVs.

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Right at the beginning of 2019, the five millionth Tiguan rolled off the production line in January at the Wolfsburg plant.
Similarly successful as for the Tiguan and Tiguan Allspace is the Touareg, the most powerful flagship of the SUV family.
The anniversary of one million vehicles produced was appropriately celebrated by Volkswagen in 2019 with the One Million special model.
In addition, the T-Cross has been the first Volkswagen brand compact SUV to roll-off the production line at production locations in Spain, China and Brazil for over a year now.
With the world premiere of a cabriolet version of the T-Roc compact SUV presented in 2017 at the IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Volkswagen also crossed automotive boundaries in 2019 by combining various vehicle segments into one model.
The SUV Coupé ID. CROZZ; from 2020 will be the first Volkswagen SUV from a completely electric series to offer space comparable to that of the Tiguan Allspace.
The full-size SUV ID. ROOMZZ; with up to seven seats – initially available on the Chinese market from 2021 – will also become an electric, connected and spacious zero-emissions vehicle / Concept Car.

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