Two engines will come to the U.S. at first, a 3.2L V6 (above) and 4.2L V8. Unfortunately, the impressive 5.0L V10 turbodiesel (right) won't make it here, if at all, for several seasons. Also in the pipeline is a W12-engined super-SUV aimed at the Porsche Cayenne. Based on the 3.2 in the Golf R32 and Phaeton, the V6 was modified for the outback. The oil pump has an altered intake and the sump was revised for the high longitudinal and lateral inclinations when climbing mountains, and the belt drive was modified for improved "fordability." A complex door-seal system, special waterproof connectors in the headlights, a revised engine air intake and sealed halfshafts mean the standard suspension Touareg can ford depths up to 19.6 in. and the air-suspended vehicles can handle water up to 22.8-in. deep.