Volkswagen Teramont X unveiled for China. Is this the sportiest VW SUV ever?
Volkswagen Teramont X SUV has been given some very striking update for the Chinese market and in its latest avatar, assumes a seamless blend of sporty as well as menacing visual aesthetics. Showcased in a deep shade of Red, the updated Volkswagen Teramont X will be produced by SAIC for customers here.
First offered in 2019, the updated Volkswagen Teramont X looks its absolute best in the R-Line trim which confidently puts on high-gloss black accents on the exterior and stands on 21-inch five-spoke alloy wheels with red brake calipers. The face is highlighted by the trademark twin-line Volkswagen grille and split head light units with Matrix LED graphics. The bumper has been reworked and the air intakes are larger than before.
At the rear, Volkswagen Teramont X gets a glossy black panel stretching all across the tail and between the larger LED tail light. The panel also sports the Teramont X name badge while the rear bumper gets a glossy black trim.
The Volkswagen Teramont X has not changed in terms of dimensions and continues to measure 4,917 mm in length, is 1,989 mm wide and stands 1,729 mm tall. The SUV also offers a wheelbase of 2,980 mm.
Volkswagen has not shared any details about the cabin of the Teramont X but multiple reports suggest that it will get a 12-inch main infotainment screen, a 10.2-inch driver display and a three-spoke steering wheel.
Volkswagen has also not highlighted any updates under the hood which signals that the model may continue to be powered by a 2.5-liter VR6 petrol unit which puts out 295 hp and is paired to a seven-speed DSG unit. There is also a 2-litre TSI engine option with two state of tunes.