Volkswagen Touareg 2014, looking for energy efficiency






As we have been talking all week , many new features have been leaking all week at the Beijing Motor Show 2014. And one of them is the new 2014 Volkswagen Touareg which should arrive this summer that is approaching slowly . An update of the famous SUV of the German firm , focused on small updates and general improvements. A tune to seduce all those who are still waiting (or despairing ) the new Volkswagen Touareg CC which should arrive in the next few years , and perhaps this updated 2014 Volkswagen Touareg have the perfect excuse to purchase this attractive SUV.
 SUV whose improvements focus on energy improvement with new updates in the mechanical, and the technological . Let the new Volkswagen Touareg 2014 , we offer more for less , of course . Focusing on the exterior, the changes are focused on the front and back of the new model. In the front we will have a new additional horizontal bands in the front grille and a new front bumper design . Another new focus on including bi-xenon headlamps as standard on any finish , while for the defense will have a new diffuser . Optionally you can include chrome strips ( with optional " Chrome & Style" package) on the roof.

As for the mechanical, the 2014 Volkswagen Touareg Diesel engines have three six-and eight-cylinder. The power of these engines are 204 hp and 258 hp for the six-cylinder versions, while for the 340 hp eight-cylinder Diesel. All these engines will have improvements in consumption and performance, as the six-cylinder 3.0-liter 204 hp and 258 hp (and also has 13 hp more than the current variant), combined cycle consume about 6.6 l/100km and 6.8 l/100km (7.0 l/100km for the 7.2 l/100km and before), thanks in part to the inclusion of a new gearbox 8-speed standard for all range. In the case of the V8 diesel version and 4.2 liters, currently do not have data. All these engines come equipped a full exhaust system, better reducing emissions of nitrogen oxides, as well as a new particle filter, designed to meet the standard Euro6.

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