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Volkswagen Middle East welcomes the all new Teramont, Volkswagen’s first ever 7 seater to the GCC re

The all new Teramont presents itself as the perfect family SUV, with a functional seven-seat layout, effortless one-step third row entry and exit, even with child seats in place – making room for all the family.

The 7-seater builds on the latest Volkswagen design DNA to create a bold new look in the SUV segment and its modern and muscular design retains classic proportions and clean line.

Engineered from Volkswagen’s award-winning Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) architecture, Teramont sits 198.3 inches long, 78.3 inches wide and 70.0 inches high - larger than any other Volkswagen model on sale in the Middle East.

Andrew Savvas, Brand Director Volkswagen Middle East said: “Welcoming the Teramont to our market is a delight, as we are confident this car will be perfect for this location. Size matters, especially for families in this region and this is exactly what we can deliver now. The Teramont expresses true Volkswagen style and quality finish - delivering the distinctive design and craftsmanship we’re known for, now with room for seven. This year we have been busy ramping up our SUV range and having this 7-seater now means we have a complete line up in place and can offer the perfect car for every type of family.”

Volkswagen Middle East is optimistic that the seven-seater will be well-received across the region, due to its suitability for families’ everyday requirements and the competitive price point against others in the market.

Safety for families is priority in all Volkswagen vehicles, and passive safety features include the three-point seatbelts for all seats, side-curtain head-protection airbags that cover all three rows, and a reinforced safety-cage construction. From front to back, all these technologies work together to help keep families safe.

The all new Teramont is available in four trim levels – an S with a 2.0L engine, and a 3.6L in S, SE and SEL, starting at QAR 135,100 and 3 year service or 45,000 kilometers (whichever comes first).

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