First images of the 2022 Volkswagen Talagon, a three-row crossover that will be the German firm’s largest model when unveiled next month at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show, have been released.
The new 2022 Volkswagen Talagon is about to be officially unveiled, making its debut next month at the Shanghai Auto Show. When the crossover hits the market, it will automatically become the largest model sold by the German brand, as it will be even longer than the Volkswagen Teramont (the Chinese version of the Volkswagen Atlas), with which it will share more than just the MQB platform.
Based on the first images of the German crossover that leaked through the Ministry of Industry of China, this huge crossover with three rows of seats has the same wheelbase as the Volkswagen Teramont, although the new model will have longer overhangs and therefore a larger length. The new 2022 Talagon boasts a length of 5,152 mm, a width of 2,002 mm, a height of 1,795 mm and a wheelbase of 2,980 mm.
On the aesthetic level, this is a mixture of functions that is clearly inherent in other models of the German house, so there are no real novelties in this area. Unlike the Teramont, the new Talagon will only be available with four-cylinder engines, including a 2.0-liter turbo in two power options: 186 or 220 horsepower, in addition to front-wheel or all-wheel drive options.