Credits to: Anthony: http://star-motoring.com/blog/permalink.asp?id=1116
VW has unveiled its facelifted Touran at the Leipzig Motor Show, with revisions to the styling as well as the introduction of new petrol and diesel engine options being the major changes on the updated MPV.
The Touran features styling following the design direction established by the Polo, Golf and facelifted Touareg. There's a new grille with strong horizontal lines that are replicated in the new front bumper while at the rear, revised tail-lights featuring intricate LED bulbs are fitted along with a new tailgate and bumper. Completing the revisions are a set of new alloy wheels and chrome-edged rubbing strips running down the side of the vehicle.
The MPV continues to retain its versatility, with seven seats as standard, the third row of which can be folded down into the floor of the vehicle to leave a 695l cargo space that can be increased to 1,913l with the centre row seats are folded.