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New “BLACK STYLE” R-Line Design Package For Tiguan


Drivers can now add a host of fashionable and sophisticated black features to their Tiguan with the new “Black Style” R-Line design package, making the compact SUV yet more elegant and dynamic-looking. The R-Line trim line packages for the Tiguan are available to be ordered with the “Black Style” R-Line design package. It is available in the following colours: Pearl-Effect Oryx White; Pure White Non-Metallic; Indium Grey Metallic; and Pearl-Effect Deep Black for the Tiguan.

An overview of “Black Style Exterior and Interior” R-Line elements include:

  • Bumpers in “R”-styling and side member trim, wheel housing extensions, and air intake ribs in black
  • Rear spoiler in “R” Style
  • 19-inch black “Sebring” alloy wheels
  • Black roof rails
  • Tinted rear side windows and rear windscreen with the ability to absorb up to 90% of light
  • Black mirror caps
  • Black rear bumper strip
  • Black window strips
  • Black trim strips on the bumpers and door add-ons
  • Black middle strip in the radiator grille
  • R-Line leather multifunction sports steering wheel
  • Pedals and foot rest in brushed stainless steel
  • Front scuff plates in Aluminium with “R-Line” logo
  • Seat covers in “Race” fabric and side bolster in “San Remo” fabric

The “Black Style Exterior and Interior” R-Line design package for the Tiguan is available as an option on the new Tiguan R-Line from an additional €1,344 including all the elements of the package. Alternatively, there is the option to choose an exterior package only, consisting of just the exterior design elements of the pack from only €353 in additional to the R-Line Tiguan. For a more athletic appearance still, drivers can opt to add 20-inch black “Suzuka” wheels from €558. R-Line versions of the Tiguan start from €40,950.

The first Tiguan was launched in 2007 and is a global bestseller for the Volkswagen brand. The second generation of this vehicle was launched in 2016 and became the first Volkswagen SUV to be based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB). This was followed by the Tiguan Allspace in 2017, which is almost 22 centimetres longer and comes with up to seven seats.

The Tiguan and Tiguan Allspace are key pillars of the ongoing Volkswagen SUV campaign. The two variants of new Tiguan had sold over 600,000 units by the end of September 2018, with over 4.6 million Tiguans in total sold since 2007. The Tiguan and Tiguan Allspace are now produced in four countries (China, Germany, Mexico and Russia) and are available all over the world.