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Presenting our SUV family

The Volkswagen brand is sounding the trumpet for its SUV campaign. The range is to be expanded to 19 models by 2020. On this page, employees from all over the world present the six SUVs currently being built in their plants.

» Its spaciousness, strong design and state-of-the-art technology make the Teramont a unique experience. «

Peiyan Sun, Teramont Product Manager

The Teramont is the Chinese sister model to the American Atlas. The seven-seater SUV is produced by Shanghai Volkswagen in the Ningbo plant.

» Sporty, showy, or sophisticated: there is no limit to how the T-Roc can be configured. «

João Mira, Production, Palmela plant

The T-Roc, which was introduced just a few days ago, is the youngest member of the Volkswagen brand’s SUV family. The crossover is built in Palmela, Portugal.

» The Touareg is a reliable German SUV with a Slovakian heart. «

Dávid Végh, Power unit production, Bratislava plant

The Touareg was the first ­Volkswagen brand SUV to come onto the market, in 2002. It is built at the Bratislava plant. Next year, the third generation will be introduced.

» Our customers appreciate that it doesn’t feel like an opulent SUV when they sit behind the wheel. «

Morgan Wiggins, Body shop, Chattanooga plant

The Atlas, which had its world premiere in the fall of 2016, is especially tailored to American needs. Up to seven people can fit into the SUV, which is built at the Chattanooga plant.

» I think the Tiguan is fantastic, because it’s a perfect all-rounder. «

Carl Kessler, Production, Wolfsburg plant

The second generation of the Tiguan has been on the roads since last year. It is continuing the success story of the previous version, of which around 2.7 million units were built. The new Tiguan is manufactured in Wolfsburg, Kaluga, and Anting.

» I am very proud to take part in the production of the first Volkswagen SUV here in Puebla. «

Yanuri Osorio Camacho, Paint shop, Puebla plant

The Tiguan Allspace is produced in Puebla, Mexico. It is 21 cm longer than the “normal” Tiguan, thus closing the gap with the luxury class SUV, the Touareg.