- Volkswagen has released several specifications for the 2022 Tavos mini SUV.
- It has four turbocharged 1.5-liter rows with 158 horsepower.
- Taos will be unveiled on October 13 and will go on sale in the US in the summer of 2021.
Volkswagen is working on a non-traditional order and is releasing some specifications before the new Taos SUV is officially unveiled. The new mini SUV model will not be revealed for another few weeks, but we now know about its power and dimensions.
The standard engine is four turbocharged 1.5-liter rows with 158 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Codenamed EA211, it is a 1.4-liter upgraded version of the Jetta, but has 11 additional horsepower and 0.1 liters of displacement. The front-wheel drive models are eight-speed automatic and the optional all-wheel drive system delivers a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
At 174.2 inches long, the Taos is significantly smaller than the Tiguan and takes action against rivals such as the Subaru Crostrek and the Jeep Compass. Like all other Volkswagen models, it runs on a version of the VW Group’s MQB architecture. We expect it to have a two-row, five-seater layout like its closest competitors. Let’s put the three lines of Tiguan and Atlas VW as offers.
When we see it very soon, we expect Taos to be similar to the star and star cross-sections sold in China, but it could make a few designs that are specific to the U.S. market. Volkswagen will unveil the new model on October 13 and it will go on sale in the US next summer.
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