The new Touareg is also available with an extensive "Executive" package of interior features.
The chief executive of German carmaker Daimler, Dieter Zetsche, will resign from his post in May 2019, the Stuttgart-based company has announced. His contract would have expired in December of next year.
The German premium carmaker has moved rapidly to fill the gap left by chief executive Rupert Stadler, who was detained on Monday in connection with his role in Audi's emissions-cheating scandal in the US and Europe.
German premium automaker BMW is ordering several billion euros worth of batteries for electric cars from a Chinese manufacturer. The move suggests that cultivating a European producer now seems even more remote.
The chief executive officer of US carmaker Tesla has said on Twitter he is considering taking the company private. Investors reacted positively to the announcement, with shares up considerably within minutes.
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