Volkswagen has unveiled a redesigned Touareg. The mid-size SUV has grown in size and become a lot more premium compared to its predecessor. This is because it fills the flagship role for the VW brand now that the Phaeton is out of production.
A prototype for Mercedes-Benz’s GLB compact SUV has been spotted virtually undisguised. Sadly, it looks like the vehicle won’t resemble a scaled-down version of the G-Class as was rumored.
There’s a weird-looking SUV called the Karlmann King. It’s based on the bones of a Ford F-550 Super Duty and apparently is the most expensive SUV money can buy.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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