2019 VOLKSWAGEN B-SUV SPY SHOTS, PRICE, RELEASE DATE, & REDESIGN – Volkswagen unveiled a video with a few new information regarding its forthcoming three-row crossover. The video doesn’t expose the CUV’s brand, but at very least we all know exactly how much power its two engines can certainly make after it is going for sale in North America in spring 2019. As in the past claimed, the new crossover, which VW pertains to as the B-SUV (B is for big), can get a base 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four that’ll make 238 hp. The VW B-SUV will become a member of the expanding listing of large crossovers that provide turbo-four options, that also consists of the Ford Explorer and Mazda CX-9, however, all those two models have a bit larger engines generating power (280 and 250 hp, correspondingly).
For far more power, the VW B-SUV will give you a 3.6-liter six-cylinder rated at 280 hp, the identical as the five-passenger Touareg. Each engine is going to be mated to an eight-speed automatic.
VW also exposed the B-SUV’s total length, which covers 198.5 inches. VW claims that’s about 2 inches more than the CrossBlue Concept that provided as a review for the B-SUV. It’s also in the identical ballpark as most competitors like the CX-9 (199.4 inches), Explorer (198.3 inches), and Honda Pilot (194.5 inches). However, VW promises its crossover will offer you outstanding interior packing, which may associate to a lot more passenger room and ingenious storage space strategies.
As in the past documented, the B-SUV will likely be built at VW’s plant in Tennessee along with the Passat. VW will probably debut its new CUV in the future this year at the Los Angeles Auto Show, or simply very early next year in Detroit.