2014 Volkswagen Tiguan Cityscape review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 1 February 2014 , 08:02:15 byDan

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Volkswagen Tiguan Cityscape

Volkswagen, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany, is one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and the largest car manufacturer in Europe. In 2013, VW increased the number of vehicles delivered to customers and it is the second car manufacturer in the world. The first rank is held by Toyota and on the third place there is GM. The German company has developed centers and services in the entire world and does anything to keep pace with the tendencies. This is exactly why a new Volkswagen Tiguan Cityscape is on the run.

The Volkswagen Tiguan Cityscape is a special edition that aims directly to defy the urban jungle. The vehicle is distinguished by a two-tone exterior with bi-xenon headlights, tinted windows and a set of 18 inch Mallory-style alloy wheels. The model also features a sports suspension, a tailgate-mounted spoiler and LED taillights. On the inside the driver can enjoy stainless steel pedals, Cool Innox trim and "Cityscape" branded door sill plates. There is also a black headliner and blue accent stitching. Other goodies include air conditioning, cruise control and an eight-speaker audio system.

The Volkswagen Tiguan Cityscape can be powered by seven different engine types. Depending on the configuration, the powering units can be linked either to a manual or dual-clutch transmission and a 4Motion all-wheel drive system. The special edition is already out in Germany and the price per unit begins at €32,450.