Two of Volkswagen’s latest SUV offsprings – the well-received T-Roc compact SUV and the Tiguan Allspace seven-seater SUV – had been given a dash of styling substance with the R-Line trim.

In the new T-Roc, the R-Line trim translates to 19-inch Suzuka alloy wheels, R-Line design front and rear bumpers, black wheel arch extensions and unique R-Line badging.Inside, the T-Roc benefits from a flat-bottomed R-Line leather multi-function steering wheel, Carbon Flag upholstery, chrome R-Line door sill inserts, aluminium pedals and R-Line carpet mats.

The same has been applied to the new Tiguan Allspace – with larger 20-inch Suzuka alloy wheels, a sports suspension that can be supplemented with the optional Dynamic Chassis Control.Like the T-Roc, the Tiguan Allspace R-Line also features a Piano Black front air intake and rear diffuser.

Inside, the Tiguan Allspace gets a leather trimmed three-spoke multifunction steering wheel with aluminium inserts and a ‘R-Line’ logo,  ‘Race’ cloth upholstery with ‘San Remo’ microfibre inserts, R-Line logo on front seat backrests and unique ‘R-Line’ door sill protectors.

The R-Line T-Roc retails from £26,450 (RM 143k) while the Tiguan Allspace R-Line starts from £35,755 (RM 193k).

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