VW Taos: XNUMX things you need to know

Data and prices of the first Volkswagen SUV manufactured in Argentina.

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Volkswagen Argentina launched the VW Taos. It is not just another model for the local subsidiary of the German brand since it is the first SUV manufactured in the country. Here are ten things you need to know.

1) The arrival of Taos demanded an investment in the country of 650 million, aimed at modernizing the technology and infrastructure of the Pacheco Industrial Center and the implementation of the new global MQB platform, something that in the future would allow the possibility of manufacturing more locally made models.

New VW Taos2) It comes in three trim levels: Comfortline, Highline y Hero. All with the prestigious 250 TSI turbo engine with 150 hp at 5.000 rpm , automatic box Six-speed tiptronic, front-wheel drive and 18 inch alloy wheels. Acceleration of 0 to 100 km / h occurs in 9,3 seconds and the maximum speed is 194 km/h, numbers that are possible thanks to the moderate weight of the vehicle: 1.420 kg.

3) With 4.461 mm long, 1.626mm high y 1.841mm wide, the new Volkswagen SUV provides all the conditions for the five occupants to travel in comfort, regardless of their height.

New VW Taos4) Wear the Volkswagen's new visual identity, which debuted in the ID family of electric vehicles. in Europe. It is highlighted by the full LED headlights with technology IQ Light (available in Highline and Hero versions), followed by an LED grid that runs across the entire front to blend into the brand's renewed logo.

5) The trunk offers almost 500 liters. Capacity is increased by folding down the rear seats. This allows the transport of large objects, such as bicycles or surfboards.

6) El panoramic sunroof, available in Highline and Hero versions, magnifies the interior space in combination with the light that enters through it.

New VW Taos7) The interior features soft-touch materials and eco-leather covering the doors and front panel. In addition, the technology Ambient Light (Highline and Hero), which allows you to choose the color of the interior lighting from ten options, provides a harmonious and elegant atmosphere.

8) The VW Taos comes with two large digital islands as standard. The Comfortline version incorporates the 8 inch high resolution Digital cockpit, while the Highline and Hero versions have Activate 10 ”Info Display. In addition, all trim levels feature the outstanding 10 ”VW Play entertainment system, which was developed entirely in Latin America and is exported to more than 70 countries around the world. From this screen you can select four driving modes ECO, Normal, Sport and Individual (Highline and Hero only)

9) Taos has as standard four-wheel independent suspension, being McPherson type in the front and MultiLink in the rear. This configuration was specially adapted for the roads of the region, and provides the vehicle with a great dynamic capacity, with a performance that is pleasant for all passengers without sacrificing robustness or safety.

10 ) In terms of fullfilment of security requirements, and for the Highline and Hero versions, it offers Autonomous Emergency Brake with pedestrian detection. Another high-tech feature present in the brand's new SUV is Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go function. It has six airbags (two front, two side and two curtain type), fatigue alert, Post Collision Brake, blind spot vehicle detection, rear cross traffic alert with emergency braking for maneuvers, traction controls (ESC) and stability (ASR), hill start assist, tire pressure monitoring, front parking sensors and rear view camera, electric parking brake, ISOFIX anchors and brake pad wear monitoring complete the Taos resource list.


  • VW Taos Comfortline: $ 3.955.000
  • VW Taos Highline: $ 4.778.000
  • VW Taos Hero: $ 4.950.000


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Diego durruty

Journalist with 30 years of experience. Worked in magazines STROKE, The graphic, Coequipier y Only TC, on the Internet sites SportsYa!, e-driver.com y kmcero.com and on the radios Rock pop y Vorterix.com. He covered the Dakar rally for the German agency dpa. He currently drives Two Daring Guys, a car magazine that is broadcast on Tuesdays from 18 to 19 by RadioArroba.com; is editor of motorsport in Red Bull Argentina, columnist on the show WorldSport (AM Splendid) and in Surf & Rock FM.  He is also a teacher in SPORTS. Now you can read it on his blog: automundo.com.ar.

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