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Most of the questions in the FAQ are actual questions that have been asked on var ious online discussion boards and Usenet.
The answers are researched by various means including finding answers on the internet, asking Volkswagen directly, reading relevant literature, and talking to experts when possible.
The consensus now seems to indicate that Volkswagen has decided not to pursue continued use of their W8 in any vehicles, including the T ouareg.
Although Volkswagen's web site does not make reference to a V-10 TDI Touareg being available in North America, at least one person has purchased a V-10 in Florida.
Literally, Touareg means "Knight of the Desert" or "Free Folk" depending on who you ask.
In the context of this document, The Touareg is a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) sold by Volkswagen. Volkswagen seems to have settled on a pronunciation that sounds a lot like "tour egg".
In North America, the Touareg is currently available as a 3.2-liter V6, a 4.2-liter V8, or a 5.0-liter V-10 Turbo Diesel, all with 6-speed Tiptronic transmission.
The maintainer of this FAQ takes no responsibility for anything you do as a result of reading this document.Under normal driving conditions, the Porsche sends 62 percent of torque to the rear wheels, whereas the Touareg splits torque 50/50 front and rear.Both vehicles are capable of sending 100% of the torque to either the front or the rear wheels if traction condi tions warrant.Porsche and Volkswagen jointly developed the Cayenne and the Touareg.They are built on the same chassis and share many components.