Prior to the day, SAIC Volkswagen officially released its first large SUV official figure, the new car code G-SUV, can be seen as a domestic version of the popular Atlas, but the final name in the country should be Teramont.
In accordance with the previous statement, the new car is expected to be officially unveiled at the 2016 Guangzhou auto show, and in the first quarter of 2017 in the domestic official listing.
From the picture, the design of G-SUV continuation of the popular CrossBlue concept car, the whole line is rough, feeling some American car style.
G-SUV headlights and front bumper grille connected, double color collocation thick banners chrome grille, people feel very domineering, will provide 8 kinds of body color choices for consumers.
The new car size, length / width / height is 5039mm/1989mm/1773mm, the wheelbase is reached 2980mm, beyond the Volkswagen Touareg, close to Audi Q7, so at the end of the 7 seat layout.
From the picture, the 2.5T models of the rear of the vehicle logo is 530 V6, which is now Volkswagen “ label ” the highest of the models, compared to the previous V6 3.0T engine of the 480 label even higher.
Interior, SAIC Volkswagen did not release the interior official figure, but the new car will be consistent with the overseas version of the Volkswagen Atlas. In the configuration of this popular new SUV generous, like 12.3 inch LCD instrument, interior atmosphere lamp, 4 USB interfaces, lane keeping, adaptive cruise control, 360 degree panoramic image, blind spot monitoring, 9 air bags are a lot like.
It will be equipped with 2.0TSI high power / low power engine and 2.5T V6 engine, this 2.5T engine also appeared for the first time in Chinese market, torque up to 500 meters, the parameters of bovine · even more than before on the Hui ang V6 engine 3.0T. With it will be the DQ500 7 speed wet dual clutch transmission. In addition to this flagship SUV also will be equipped with DCC dynamic suspension and 4 Motion four-wheel drive system, at the same time there are 8 driving modes available.
The following is an overseas version of the official figure Atlas: