A few days ago, Volkswagen officially released the new compact SUV Taos in the North American market. The new car is built on the MQB platform, which can basically be regarded as a facelift version of SAIC Volkswagen tuyue. Its positioning in the North American market is lower than that of Tiguan. As a special vehicle for North America, Taos adopts the latest design language of Volkswagen. The slender air intake grille on the front face is connected with the headlamp to enhance the consistency of the front face. Double “L-shaped” diurnal lights create a strong sense of sharpness. < / P > < p > on the side of the body, the identity of the new car is exposed, which is basically the same as that of the domestic Volkswagen tuyue, with only minor differences in details such as side skirt and wheel hub style. In terms of body size, the length, width and height of Taos are 4465 / 1842 / 1636mm, and the wheelbase is 2690mm, which is slightly smaller than that of domestic Volkswagen tuyue and larger than that of Tujia. The built-in MIP / 8-inch central control panel is consistent with the latest MIP < 8-inch entertainment center console. In addition, the new car can also be equipped with 8-way electric driver's seat, heated / ventilated front seat, rain sensor wiper, etc. < / P > < p > in terms of the most important power, Taos maintains the consistent high configuration of Volkswagen models in the U.S. market, with a standard 1.5T four cylinder turbocharged engine, maximum power of 160 horsepower, maximum torque of 250 nm, equipped with 8at transmission, and four-wheel drive system to choose from. According to VW officials, the new car will be launched in the U.S. market next summer. As for whether the new appearance and power system can appear on the modified SAIC Volkswagen tuyue, domestic consumers may be most concerned about. Global Tech