Volkswagen is moving forward with its global SUV product offensive with the new T-Cross. This started in 2016 with the current Tiguan. The seven-seater Tiguan Allspace and the more compact T-Roc followed in 2017. Parallel to this, Volkswagen also launched the Atlas, which was developed for the USA, and the Teramont as its Chinese sister model – both as seven-seaters – in the segment above in 2017.
2018 also started with SUV fireworks. In New York, Volkswagen of America presented the two Atlas concept vehicles Cross Sport (near-production five-seater) and Tanoak (pick-up). In China, Volkswagen celebrated the world première of the new Touareg – the brand’s flagship model – in the same month. Alongside the début of the Touareg, the company presented two future SUVs for China in Beijing: the powerful family SUV (concept of an all-round vehicle designed for families) and the advanced mid-size SUV (equivalent to the Atlas Cross Sport concept).
A look into the future also reveals a number of facts: In 2020, the first fully-electric SUV from Volkswagen will be launched on the market: the ID. CROZZ. With models extending from the T-Cross to the I.D. CROZZ, Volkswagen will offer one of the world’s largest SUV ranges and cover practically all segments.