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The Touareg is Volkswagen brand’s flagship model. The fusion of its assistance, convenience, light and infotainment systems is pioneering. New running gear systems, such as electromechanically adjustable stabilisers and active all-wheel steering provide a level of agility that sets new standards in the SUV segment. The fully digital Innovision Cockpit is amongst the further highlights of the current model. It merges digital instruments (Digital Cockpit with 12-inch display) and the top-of-the-range Discover Premium infotainment system (with 15-inch display), transforming it into a digital operating, information, communication and entertainment unit that almost entirely does away with traditional buttons and switches. Consequently, you are always online and able to control and customise everything intuitively.

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Ralf Brandstätter

“Our hybrids combine the best of both worlds”

Many new Volkswagen brand models’ feature an electric motor in addition to a conventional drive. In an interview, Frank Welsch, Board Member for Development, explains the advantages of hybrid vehicles.
Ralf Brandstätter

The customer decides which technology meets their requirements

At the Volkswagen brand, cars such as the Golf GTE and the Touareg R celebrate their world premieres. In an interview, COO Ralf Brandstätter talks about the further development of various drive systems and the switch to climate-friendly e-mobility.
Story "When the Touareg Tows a House"

When the Touareg tows a house

Living on nine square meters. Italian architect Leonardo Di Chiara tours Europe in his “aVOID” tiny house with a Touareg as his traveling companion.
Story: "Fearlessly off the brake!"

"Fearlessly off the brake!"

Matthias Luft, automotive blogger at and Youtuber, took an in-depth offroad drive of Volkswagen’s current SUV range together with 20 international influencers.
Volkswagen Touareg

Top Grade: Five stars from Euro NCAP

The Touareg has received a full five-star rating from Euro NCAP because it offers a maximum of security. Rolf Bergmann from Global Safety Affairs Volkswagen explains what makes it so safe.
Where the roads end ...

Where the roads end ...

Nine hours of driving, for a distance of 154 Kilometers. That’s hell, when you’re stuck in gridlock on a motorway. But if you drive in a world without roads and don’t even notice how slow you’re going – that’s bliss.