Introducing the new VW Taos - What do you think of the name?

6w ago


A couple of weeks ago Volkswagen teased an upcoming mid-size SUV for the North American market, priced and positioned between the Tiguan and the T-Roc, and now they've finally revealed the new name: it's called the Taos. What do you think?

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  • So, we're talking about the name because there is nothing else to discuss here, right?

    It suits the car perfectly, it's a non descriptive, bland, meaningless word that doesn't add anything new to this world, stuck on another mindless crossover vehicle that makes a Golf/Rabbit look like it has character.

      1 month ago
    • He got it. Discussion over

        1 month ago
    • the problem with that argument, which by the way is actually on point, is if that's what you think, be prepared to copy-paste the exact same comment on just about any and every vehicle that's going to be unveiled for the next decade. Nearly 1 in...

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        1 month ago
  • In Serbo-Croatian, one colloquially calls a 3cyl engine 'TROCilindraš'... So T-ROC sound quite... Adequate?

      1 month ago
  • I like the name but, Christ, not yet *another* CUV. How many ways are manufacturers going to slice that market pie?! 😟

      1 month ago
    • I’m thinking we’ll get 1/1,000,000 of a slice. And I don’t get the name. What’s special about it?

        1 month ago
    • Oh, Taos, New Mexico, is just a lovely mountain resort town with good skiing. I like geographic references for some vehicles, a la Yukon, Santa Fe, Biarritz, LeMans, etc.

        1 month ago
  • #news

      1 month ago
  • Ye VW need to stop giving out so many SUVs. Keep the Touareg, scrap the Tiguan. Keep the T-Cross, scrap the T-Roc. And just scrap the Taos in advance i say. If only it was that easy🤣

      1 month ago


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