Close on the heels of the 2018 Volkswagen Touareg being spotted testing a few days ago, we decided to get it rendered to portray how the final car could look like before the brand officially debuts it.
Most of the updates can be seen in the nose which now has a reshaped grille that’s neatly integrated on to the head lamps. This unique grille design is also carried over to the air dams lower down at either end, and undeniably gives this SUV a bold stance when viewed from the front.
Furthermore, one will also notice the fresh alloy design and the edgier shoulder-line of the new Touareg. There’s no doubt that the above picture depicts how VW’s upcoming Touareg has smartly borrowed design cues from the Arteon and Atlas stablemates, which is in-line with the current design flair of VW cars.
VW’s new Touareg will be underpinned by the VW Group’s Evo platform and is planned to roll off their production facility in Slovakia. Expect this SUV to hit the international arena in the first quarter of 2018 after the car is probably showcased at the Frankfurt Motor Show later this year. Stay tuned.