In Germany, the 2017 Volkswagen Touareg has been caught testing just five months before its official production burst out this November.
The test vehicle is noticed having a light disguise over some of its intriguing details. It feels like the next-gen SUV will acquire a design under a strong influence of its smaller sibling, known as the Tiguan, and also the larger, US-focused Atlas.
The car’s headlights appear to be sharper as well as more angular than previously, while the tail-lights, camouflaged by fake light covers, are slimmer too.
As earlier sightings suggest, the next Touareg’s interior is about to be more premium than before. Most likely, it will boast a larger infotainment screen as well as higher-quality materials. Car experts consider the 2017 Volkswagen Touareg to be capable of taking on the upcoming Volvo XC90 and the 2BMW X5.
As for pricing, an entry-level figure will keep to £45,000.