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VW Touareg Edition X - Web Exclusive

The Touareg Edition X is currently only available in Europe.

Greg Emmerson
Oct 5, 2012
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To mark the 10th anniversary of the Touareg, VW has announced an Edition X model that celebrates a decade for the company’s SUV that was unveiled at the Paris Auto Show.

The Touareg Edition X will be fitted with 19” Moab wheels and the vehicles will be painted in Moonlight Blue Pearl Effect. There’s also a panoramic sunroof, anodized roof rails, bi-xenon headlights with LED DRLs and tinted LED tail lights.

A number of “Touareg X” logos appear on the front fenders to identify it.

Inside, the car gets Nappa leather in amber brown with a new style of braid embossed finish. There are also real ebony inlays on the doors and instrument panel, while Touareg X is illuminated on the front door sills.

The package is finished with color-matched stitching on the leather steering wheel, shift boot and floor mats.

The Touareg Edition X is currently only available in Europe but can be ordered with a choice of five engine and transmission options, including a hybrid version and eight-speed automatic.

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By Greg Emmerson
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