2020 Volkswagen Touareg PHEV 367 HP 2-Liter Turbo System Specs, Engine, & Review

2020 Volkswagen Touareg PHEV 367 HP 2-Liter Turbo System Specs, Engine, & Review – Even though VW has a variety of large and costly products, the Touareg is still deemed a flagship. Presently, it’s offered to Europeans with 231 PS and 286 PS versions of the 3.0 TDI. Also, North America and other locations have the gasoline V6 that’s shared with the Q8. And a bit afterward, a 4.0 TDI V8 can also be introduced.

Volkswagen Touareg PHEV

Volkswagen Touareg PHEV

2020 Volkswagen Touareg PHEV 367 HP 2-Liter Turbo System Specs

But this PHEV model is very different. In contrast to what you may well count on, they used a four-cylinder. Specifically, the 2.0 TSI resides in longitudinal settings and produces 231 HP on its own. It’s related to a gearbox-attached 136 horsepower electric motor, and with each other, they already have a merged output of 367 PS and 700 Nm. The motor is given by an 18 kWh battery, which is 4 kWh larger than the Cayenne e-Hybrid. In pure electric mode, the Touareg PHEV will travel for around 50 to 60 kilometers. Charging information has not been released.

Volkswagen Touareg PHEV Specs

Volkswagen Touareg PHEV Specs

For the record, the older model Touareg got a non-plug-in hybrid design which mixed a 333 PS 3.0 TSI (that was supercharged, proper?) with a 46 hp electric motor. Also, the Audi Q7 had a V6 PHEV version that was provided until fairly recently. Cosmetically, there aren’t any important changes right here. But we can see the headlights and the chrome surrounding them appear a tiny cheaper than on the European model, which will be rectified.

Volkswagen Touareg PHEV Review

Volkswagen Touareg PHEV Review

Obviously, this isn’t heading to be the volume seller of the range, being heavier and with a 2-liter engine. But as a lot more and much more European towns plan to bar diesel engines completely, this might be the economical luxury German SUV you are looking for.