The Volkswagen Touareg is a two-row mid-size luxury crossover SUV produced by German automaker Volkswagen Group since 2002 at the Volkswagen Bratislava Plant. The vehicle was named after the nomadic Tuareg people, inhabitants of the Saharan interior in North Africa. As of October 2020, the Touareg was developed together with the Audi Q8, the Bentley Bentayga and the Lamborghini Urus, sharing platforms and much technology. The vehicles were developed as unibody SUVs with independent suspension. The third generation Touareg (CR) was revealed on March 23, 2018. It emphasizes fuel efficiency. VW has discontinued the Touareg for sale in North America from the 2017 model year onward, based on sales, and on the availability of the larger and less expensive Atlas (Teramont elsewhere) model which was specifically designed for the United States. The vehicle is larger and uses the Volkswagen Group MLB platform shared with the corporate siblings, the Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7.

Petrol: 1984 cc, Inline-4 cylinder, TFSI engine, 248 HP Power, 370 Nm Torque, 14 kmpl Average, 75 litre Fuel tank, ZF 8HP90 8-speed Tiptronic Automatic transmission

Petrol: 2995 cc, V6, TSI engine, 335 HP Power, 450 Nm torque, 10 kmpl Average, 75 litre Fuel tank, ZF 8HP90 8-speed Tiptronic Automatic transmission

Petrol Plug-In Hybrid: 3000 cc, V6 engine

Diesel: 3000 cc, V6 engine and 4000 cc V8 Twin-turbo engine options

10 Colours: White, Grey, Brown, Beige, Antimonial Silver, Red, Blue, Black, Moonlight Blue, Lapiz Blue

3 Variants: Trend, Atmosphere, R-Line

2 Upholsteries: Fabric, Leather

5 Wheels: 18 inch Alloy, 19 inch Alloy, 20 inch Alloy, 21 inch Alloy, 22 inch Alloy

Price range (Not available in India): Rs. 26 lakh – Rs. 35.37 lakh (Ex-showroom)