A new modification cannot boast powerful motors, but will definitely emphasize the good taste, style, and uniqueness of the owner.
According to VW’s official press release, the new special edition called ‘Urban Sport’ combines exclusive design and technical features with extensive standard equipment and a sporty look. In other words, the automaker launches the relatively affordable Tiguan with sports styling.
In addition to the “Urban Sport” badge on the doors, the exterior stands out with a body-colored rear bumper with chrome elements.
A continuous reflective tape, a black R-style rear spoiler, and gloss black inserts on the front bumper enhance the sporty design. Black side mirror housings complete the picture, as well as standard 18-inch Sebring alloy wheels.
In the cabin, there are luminous door sills, pedals, and footrests in brushed stainless steel, floor mats with gray decorative stitching. New seat covers in black and anthracite with red stitching are also included.
Already fitted as standard, the Urban Sport has sharpened steering and sporty suspension settings. The basic package also includes LED headlights with Light Assist high-beam assist, DAB + digital radio, Air Care Climatronic with active combination filter, rear controls, and 3-zone temperature control, Lane Assist Warning.
For 1995 euros, buyers can get an optional Urban Sport Plus Package. It includes a head-up display, a 480-watt Harman Kardon audio system with 8 +1 speakers, a digital 16-channel amplifier, and a subwoofer.
Additional equipment also includes LED matrix headlamps with daytime running lights and dynamic cornering lights, dynamic headlight range control, bad weather lighting, and cornering lights.
Customers can order the crossover with 9 different engine and drive options.
Prices for the Tiguan 1.5 TSI petrol version with a 130-hp engine start at 33 125 euros, and from 35,475 euros for the diesel Tiguan 2.0 TDI with a 122-hp engine.
It is worth noting one more advantage – efficiency. Indeed, the Volkswagen Tiguan Urban Sport‘s engines are not too powerful. But the vehicle’s dynamic efficiency may be well compensated by fuel economy, which is 5.5 l/100 km combined for the petrol unit, and 4.5 l/100 km for the diesel one.