Volkswagen introduced the Chinese version of the TiguanSeptember 29, 2020
The flagship Volkswagen Tiguan X 380 TSI 4Motion coupe-crossover has just been unveiled to the world at the Beijing Auto Show.
The Volkswagen Tiguan X is a coupe-like crossover designed exclusively for the Chinese market with a rather bold appearance. Up front, it gets the same bezel as the recently refreshed 2021 Tiguan, including sharper headlights with LED daytime running lights and a radiator grille with four chrome horizontal strips.
The difference between the Tiguan X and other variants is the B-pillar and the rear. Like most coupe crossovers, the roofline drops sharply towards the steep rear window and chunky boot lid. In addition, the Tiguan X is distinguished by new taillights with a thin LED strip connecting them and a large badge that says “Tiguan X”.
Since it is a Tiguan X 380 TSI 4Motion, it is powered by a 2.0-liter TSI turbocharged petrol engine that develops 217 hp. and a torque of 380 Nm. The engine is powered by a 7-speed dual-clutch DSG transmission and, as the model name suggests, 4Motion all-wheel drive.
The Tiguan X is on display at Volkswagen’s booth in Beijing, equipped with the R Line design package, which includes distinctive bumpers and a new set of wheels. It is noteworthy that the VW Tiguan X is based on the long-wheelbase Tiguan, that is, it has a wheelbase of 2,791 mm long. It was designed and will be built by the SAIC-VW joint venture.
According to the press service of the German brand, in China, prices for a compact coupe-crossover range from 246,000 to 306,000 yuan.
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