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Trakarnyont Co., Ltd.

1,980,000-3,980,000 baht/unit

Address:6-6/1-4, Soi Rongmuang 5, Rongmuang Rd., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Tel:+662611-6888, +662216-8888

Service day:Everyday, Service hours: 08:30-17:00

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Volkswagen previews next Touareg

The T-Prime Concept GTE points to third-gen flagship SUV in design and technological terms.

It looks like the real article for showrooms…

It certainly does, but this SUV is still being dubbed as a concept. Volkswagen has staged the world premiere of the T-Prime Concept GTE in China this week previewing the next-generation Touareg.

The T-Prime shares the same design language as Volkswagen’s upmarket saloons. The only probable elements that aren’t destined for showrooms are the flashy side-view mirrors and the huge eye-catching wheels.

Could the interior look like this…

According to VW officials, there’s a high chance that it could. But instead of the show car’s 2+2 layout, the third-gen Touareg is mostly likely to get a total of seven seats in the 2+3+2 configuration – just like in the Audi Q7 sister-model SUV.

Conventional dials and functions in the T-Prime have also been replaced with digital versions. As well, they can be functioned by voice and gesture control systems.

Volkswagen says the eight-speed automatic transmission in the T-Prime is operated via a scroll button. Along with that digital fascia, it appears you have largely seen what the new Touareg would look like inside.

GTE means plug-in hybrid, right?

That’s right, mate. Such an acronym points to the brand’s new plug-in ambitions based on petrol-electric drivetrains. A 2.0-litre four-cylinder is being hooked up with electric motors to yield a combined 381hp.

Volkswagen says the T-Prime can sprint from 0-100kph in a realistic 6.0sec. Pure electric driving range is rated at 50km – the norm for plug-in hybrid-powered vehicles in China.

The MLB platform of the VW Group has been designed to accommodate alternative drivetrains and is currently used by the Audi Q7 and Bentley Bentayga. Porsche’s next-generation Cayenne and Lamborghini’s brand-new Urus will also be underpinned by this platform.

Of course, the new Touareg will be getting conventional petrol and diesel motors, but the new trend in luxury SUVs is plug-in hybrid.


6-6/1-4, Soi Rongmuang 5, Rongmuang Rd., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

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