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Thrill-seekers and theme park junkies, take note -- Volkswagen has signed a deal with Universal Studios to include the Touareg in its "psychological thrill" park ride, "The Revenge of the Mummy," at its Hollywood and Orlando theme parks. Based on the movie of the same name, "The Revenge of the Mummy" begins as a cloth-wrapped Touareg stops to pick up passengers, then embarks upon a wild ride involving scary mummified creatures, gross bugs and big explosions. Sounds like fun to us.

[Via German Car Blog]



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      • 9 Years Ago
      That Picture looks like a live "Iron Maiden Show" from early 80's.Eddy their mascott.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Is the ride track on a giant right turning circle so that the straight steered Touareg can negiotiate it sucessfully?
      • 9 Years Ago
      Will the on-track Toureg break down and quit moving, just like the real thing?
      • 9 Years Ago
      Maybe I missed something, the vehicle was not in the movie, but will be featured in the theme park ride... Huh?.... What?
      • 9 Years Ago
      its actually been outside the ride for a few months now. and all it is, is a parked Touareg, kinda parked on an angle, wrapped with cloth wrappings. totally blows this story outta proportion.
      • 9 Years Ago
      So wait: Is the Toureg what you ride the ride in, or is it just sitting beside the entrance?
      Ken B.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I own a 2004 Touareg and have found that its the best SUV I have owned. Still going strong for 54,000 miles.
      JRM
      • 9 Years Ago
      "I own a 2004 Touareg and have found that its the best SUV I have owned. Still going strong for 54,000 miles."

      My oh my are they a real off-roading machine, too. Extremely capable, despite their bulk. I was beyond impressed. (I did question if you'd really want to take $50K off road...but people in Land Cruisers do it)