The Volkswagen Tiguan X has been officially revealed. While we already got a first look at the Coupé-SUV in the leaked images that surfaced online a few weeks ago, the German automaker has taken the wraps off the new model’s exterior design, and also revealed some technical details, this time around.
- Tiguan X exclusively a China only model, for now.
- Based on the recently facelifted, standard Tiguan SUV.
- Powered by a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, available in two states of tune.
2021 Volkswagen Tiguan X: Exterior design
There’s no differentiating the Tiguan X from the standard, facelifted Tiguan up front. Both get a pair of sleek projector headlamps, with integrated LED DRLs, which flow into a chrome heavy grille. Volkswagen has chosen to unveil the Coupé-SUV in the sportier R-Line trim level, which means that it gets an aggressive front bumper with…