Monthly and annual sales figures for the Volkswagen Teramont in China. The Teramont is the locally produced Chinese version of the US Volkswagen Atlas. It fills the gap between the Tiguan L (also produced by Shanghai-Volkswagen) and the imported Touareg. The Teramont is a big SUV, probably the biggest car yet on VW’s MQB platform: dimensions are 5.039/1.989/1.773mm with a 2.980mm wheelbase. Three engine options will be available: a 330TSI with a 2-liter turbo with 186hp/320Nm, a 380TSI with the same engine but with 220hp/350Nm and the top-of-the-line 530 V6 with a 2,5-liter turbo V6 with 299hp/500Nm.
Prices range from 308.900 to 518.900 yuan (€ 40.000,-/US$ 44,900 to € 67.300,-/US$ 75,400), significantly higher than competitors like the Toyota Highlander (239.800yuan) and Ford Edge (249.800 yuan).