China’s PCAuto came across the model’s pre-launch information, with FAW-VW expected to launch the new Tayron X later this year.
Compared to the regular Tayron, the Tayron X flaunts a lower by 25mm roofline that also slopes down towards the rear, a unique set of taillights and a different rear bumper, complete with fake chrome exhaust tips. In terms of size, China’s VW Tayron X is slightly bigger than the Tiguan but smaller than the Tiguan Allspace.
The MQB-based VW Tayron X is expected to share the same powertrains with its non-Coupe sibling, including the 2.0-liter TSI engine available in two power outputs: 177 HP (180 PS) and 217 HP (220 PS). A seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and optional all-wheel drive will be also on offer
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