Volkswagen has lifted the veil off of the Touareg¬†Edition X, a limited-edition model that was designed to celebrate the SUV's tenth anniversary. ¬†Packed to the brim with premium equipment, the range-topping trim level will only be offered in its home country of Germany.
The Touareg Edition X is equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights and blacked out tail lamps. ¬†Tinted windows, a panoramic sunroof and Volkswagen's "Chrome and Style" package help give the off-roader an upmarket look.
The treatment continues on the inside with seats upholstered in brown Nappa leather and real wood trim on the dashboard and on the doors. ¬†Running boards that illuminate when the front doors are opened finish off the look.
Buyers can order the Edition X with five engine and gearbox combinations, including a hybrid version that is powered by a 3.0-liter TFSI¬†V6. ¬†In Germany, the Touareg Edition X carries a base price of €62,700 (roughly $81,400) when it is equipped with a diesel-burning V6 engine, marking a €10,800 (about $14,000) premium over a base-model Touareg equipped with the same engine.
At the time of writing Volkswagen does not plan on offering the upscale trim level in the United States.