2020 VW Tiguan 2.0 TDI 300 HP Mcchip-DKR Stage 1 Tuning Review, Specs, Engine, Redesign, & Price – In any case, we should ultimately have a 400 horsepower Tiguan with the 2.5 TFSI out of an Audi RS3/TT-RS. We’d be satisfied with 367 HP way too, even though VW is not one to draw back from big output quantities.
However, there is now a powerful Tiguan on the market, the so-known as “BiTDI.” When it was launched, we checked out how this 240 horsepower model would achieve 100 km/h in about 6 seconds, which is not regular for a family crossover. A Golf GTI is slower for heaven’s reason! That’s in all probability why Skoda opted for this engine when generating its first “performance SUV,” the Kodiak RS, which just set an odd Nurburgring 7-seat lap record. If you go searching, you will find out that 2-liter diesel engines with two turbines are pretty frequent, but we have not observed several pertinent tuning projects.
This Stage 1 Tiguan arrives from the engine experts at Mcchip-DKR. Figuring out the way that they normally do engine swaps and supercharged Audi R8’s, this is probably child’s play for them. In any case, the second-generation Tiguan’s engine has long been dialed up to 11 and now creates 300 HP, 60 more than stock. Torque has also gone up from the claimed but not reached 500 Nm to 550 Nm. According to their charts, the to top speed has only gone up from 240 to 247 km/h. Nonetheless, that’s ample for a tall vehicle.
As you can tell from the small badge on the grille, this Tiguan is equipped with the R-Line kit. By the way, did you know the VW badge is meant to provide an angle of precisely 48 degrees, and the hole among the V and the W is 2.5% of the entire logo? Way too undesirable the perfectionists are captivated to the mistaken kind of fuel.