2014 Volkswagen Touran Test Mule Spied

The next generation Volkswagen Touran MPV test mule has been caught testing on the Nürburgring with enlarged wheel fenders, meaning the new model will have a wider front and rear track.

The front design can be confusing. No it is not the face of new Touran. In fact it looks like bumper, grille and headlights are from the facelifted Tiguan. This is an early stage chassis testing mule and automakers are known for using different body parts form current models on early stage prototypes.

The new Volkswagen Touran is expected to debut either at the 2013 Geneva Show in March or at the Frankfurt Motor Show in the second half of 2013.


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