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2023 Volkswagen Tavendor Unveiled – FAW-Volkswagen’s Last Traditional ICE Vehicle

The FAW-Volkswagen joint venture presented and immediately began selling the Volkswagen Tavendor 2023 crossover, which is offered only in China at a price of 38.6 to 45.7 thousand dollars in five configurations.

FAW-Volkswagen has officially announced that this is the last traditional ICE car to be produced by this joint venture. From now on, FAW-Volkswagen should expect electric cars, hybrids and possibly new fuel cell cars, but certainly not conventional combustion engine cars.

The new car is built on the Volkswagen MQB platform, it has a body with dimensions of 4936 x 2015 x 1756 mm and a wheelbase of 2980 mm, a large SUV is positioned.

2023 Volkswagen Tavendor Unveiled - FAW-Volkswagen's Last Traditional ICE Vehicle

The front is equipped with through-type LED daytime running lights. Also installed are updated headlights with a darkened background, and the lines of the grille have become more layered. The brand logo, door handles and other elements can be highlighted on the case.

2023 Volkswagen Tavendor Unveiled - FAW-Volkswagen's Last Traditional ICE Vehicle

The interior of the new Tavendor uses the currently popular design with two screens combined under one glass. The screen of the multimedia system is turned towards the driver’s seat. The car is equipped with a three-spoke multi-function steering wheel, a climate control touch panel and an electronic push-button gearshift mechanism.

2023 Volkswagen Tavendor Unveiled - FAW-Volkswagen's Last Traditional ICE Vehicle

The car is driven by a 2.0-liter turbo engine, which, depending on the modification, has a power of 186 or 220 hp. As a transmission, the SUV is equipped with a wet-type dual-clutch robotic gearbox. In addition, the crossover is equipped with an all-wheel drive system.

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