Volkswagen's official distributors in Indonesia, PT Garuda Mataram Motor (GMM) has introduced the 2021 VW Tiguan Allspace Sport Edition in the country.
Built to commemorate the republic's 76th Independence Day, the limited-edition 7-seater SUV gains several cosmetic touches that really don't look too different from the regular Tiguan Allspace Highline we have in Malaysia.
Serialised for every car
Every Sport Edition sold will get a serial number, and the model will also be limited-run. Just how many will be made however, wasn't disclosed.
The changes are centred around the exterior. The lower halves of the Sport Edition's front and rear bumpers are now body-coloured (compared to flat black on the regular car), and so are the side mirror covers. Other than that, it gets chrome door trims, as well as a rear diffuser and spoiler, both finished in black.
The dual-tone wheels are 18-inch 'Nizza' units, same as the updated Malaysian-spec Tiguan Allspace Highline gets.
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No sportier elements are peppered on the inside, as the monotone black cabin remains the same as before.
Specs of the Tiguan Allspace Sport Edition
Sitting on VW's MQB platform, the Sport Edition however doesn't gain any performance increments.
Power still comes from a 1.4-litre, turbocharged four-cylinder mill that makes 150 PS and 250 Nm, paired to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission (DSG).
Priced from IDR 685 million (~RM 202k), it's an IDR 37 million (~RM 11k) bump up from the regular Tiguan Allspace which starts from IDR 648 million (~RM 191k).
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