Volkswagen reveals Tiguan X Coupe; exclusively for China

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  • Volkswagen reveals the Tiguan X Coupe.
  • The Coupe SUV revealed is exclusively for the Chinese market.
  • Similar to the regular Volkswagen Tiguan from the front.

Volkswagen has been working on its Coupe SUV for a really long time. However, the wait seems to come to an end with the company revealing the Volkswagen Tiguan X. The Tiguan X looks similar to the facelift version of the Volkswagen Tiguan from the front. Meanwhile, the projector headlamps with integrated DRLs corresponds to the one which is on the Volkswagen Tiguan.

The German carmaker is offering the Coupe SUV with the sportier R-Line trim. And thus, the Tiguan X comes with the sporty bumpers that get a blacked-out air dam with chrome accents on it. Likewise, the car looks similar to the regular Tiguan until the B-Pillar after which the roofline moves downward giving it a Coupe kind of a look. The Volkswagen Tiguan X also gets the blacked-out roof, B-Pillar, R-Line badging and OVRMs.

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The engine that powers the Volkswagen Tiguan X is a 2.0-litre TSI petrol engine. It produces 186PS of power and 330Nm of torque. However, Tiguan X also comes with a top-spec variant that draws its power from a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that produces 220PS of power along with a peak torque of 380Nm. Both the engine comes paired to a 7-speed DSG transmission. Meanwhile, the top-spec variant will get the ‘4MOTION’ all-wheel drive technology by Volkswagen.

The all-new Volkswagen Tiguan X is 4762mm long, 1859mm wide and gets a height of around 1628mm. Meanwhile, the wheelbase of the Tiguan X is 2791mm long. It also offers a rear spoiler, sleek taillamps, dual faux exhaust tips as well as the diffuser.

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With an amazing Coupe look and tons of features on offer, the Volkswagen Tiguan X will only be released in China. Meanwhile, the German carmaker has no plans to bring the Tiguan X in India anytime soon. However, Volkswagen is working on the regular Tiguan which will be launched in India soon with a 1.5-litre TSI engine.


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