The 38,225 euro (AUD$62,000) machine bridges the gap between the existing Tiguan range and the entry-level Audi Q5, appealing to those who prefer a dressed-up cheapster over a base model premium car.
The Track & Avenue scores new 19in alloys, fog-lights, bi-xenon headlights, wheel flares, an off-road front end and a silver-coloured diffuser.
The interior is furnished with sports seats and leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and upgrades to the audio and climate-control systems.
The Tiguan Track & Avenue comes with four engine-transmission combinations, all with six-speed gearboxes.
The 147kW 2.0-litre TSI engine can be combined with either manual or automatic transmission, while the 103 kW TDI is paired with the automatic and the more powerful 125 kW diesel comes with the manual.
The VW Tiguan Track & Avenue is on sale now in selected European markets.