A dozen new SUVs from 2016 to 2020
Volkswagen is stepping up its worldwide SUV product offensive with the new T-Cross. It started in 2016 with the current Tiguan model. The Tiguan Allspace with room for up to seven passengers and the more compact T-Roc followed in 2017. At the same time, 2017 saw Volkswagen launch the Atlas, which was developed for the U.S. market, and its Chinese counterpart, the Teramont – both seven-seaters.
Another SUV burst onto the scene in 2018: In New York, Volkswagen of America unveiled two Atlas concept cars, the Cross Sport (pre-series five-seater) and the Tanoak (pick-up). In the same month in China, Volkswagen hosted the worldwide debut of the new Touareg, the brand’s flagship. During the Touareg unveiling, the company also showcased two future SUVs for China in Beijing: the Powerful Family SUV (all-around concept car designed for families) and the Advanced Midsize SUV (counterpart to the Atlas Cross Sport concept car).
In 2020, the first fully electric SUV by Volkswagen will hit the market: the I.D. CROZZ*. With a series ranging from the T-Cross to the I.D. CROZZ, Volkswagen will offer one of the world’s largest selections of SUVs covering nearly all segments.