The 2016 Volkswagen Touran MPV has been spied undergoing cold weather testing by Autoevolution photographers ahead of its rumored debut later this year.
VW’s new Touran will be an actual all-new model, AE says, riding on the more up-to-date MQB vehicle architecture, which also underpins the MK7 Golf, Audi TT and Audi A3. This will allow VW to easily produce different variants of the Touran, including a potential Audi A3 ‘Plus’ MPV.
A range of diesel engines will be available immediately following the Touran’s launch, including a 2.0-liter diesel with an output of 118-, 147- or 181-horsepower, according to AE.
More information should become available as the next-generation Touran’s rumored third-quarter launch approaches. In the mean time, check out the spy photos here.