The Volkswagen Touareg One Million edition has been revealed, marking the seven-figure production milestone for the brand's top-shelf luxury crossover.
Available to order in Europe now, the Touareg One Million offers a new Sechura Beige exterior paint option, two new alloy wheel designs/finishes, darkened tail-lights, 'ONE Million' badging, and gloss-black exterior accents. The R-Line Black Style exterior package is also available as an option.
Further enhancements have been made in the cabin, too, with exclusive 'Puglia' leather upholstery with Amber Brown diamond stitching and olive leaf extract colouring, Silver Wave trim inserts, and the Innovision Cockpit (12.3-inch instrument display plus 15.0-inch infotainment). Rounding out the bespoke appointments is a vehicle key wrapped in Puglia leather.
Pricing for the Touareg One Million starts at €80,880 ($128,794) for the 210kW V6 TDI variant.
The Volkswagen Touareg was first launched in 2002, and has been exclusively produced at the company's Bratislava plant in Slovakia – the same facility where the related Audi Q7 and Porsche Cayenne are produced.
Now in its third generation nearly two decades on, the company is looking to continue the nameplate's success with high-end connectivity and driver assistance features while maintaining the capability of earlier iterations – including a maximum towing capacity of 3.5 tonnes.
Volkswagen's local division has indicated it has no plans to introduce the Touareg One Million in Australia, having just revealed pricing and specifications for the 2020 model year.
Now a two-variant family, the 2020 Touareg 190TDI will start at $79,490 plus on-road costs when it arrives in late October or early November.
Until then, there's still the highly-specified 2019-plated Launch Edition from $89,990 plus on-road costs.
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