New spy photos confirm the next-gen Tiguan’s styling, and now we know what to expect on the inside, too.
Fresh spy photos of the hidden next-gen Tiguan have surfaced online again., further strengthens the details of our speculations here. What about the new look? Let us know in the comments below!
We also know, thanks to comments from Volkswagen brand boss Thomas Schaeffer, that the new Tiguan will see a return to proper tactile physical switches, reducing the need for drivers to fumble for the right capacitive touch button on a glossy flat surface. will go
Schäfer said: “We’ve had feedback from customers, we’ve had feedback from clinics and journalists… They say, ‘You know it’s not good. You have to improve it.’
Volkswagen says it listened to feedback from buyers and the media in making the decision, so it’s good news for everyone – a strong demonstration of where VW is right now and how seriously it’s taking market demands. is taking Read this story at the link below.
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October 3: Here’s a glimpse of the third-generation 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan.
The current Tiguan, launched in 2016, was introduced as a mid-life refresh in 2020 and rivals the Toyota RAV4, Kia Sportage, Mitsubishi Outlander and Hyundai Tucson.
It looks like the new Tiguan will grow in length and width.. It’s possible the car spied is an American-market Tiguan – a three-row SUV known as the Allspace in Australia – or a larger vehicle that bridges the gap between the short- and long-wheelbase Tiguans. Is.
Volkswagen Europe is rapidly moving towards electrification with similarly sized ID.4 and ID.5 battery EVs, an ICE-heavy Tiguan range will target markets such as North America, Australia and South Africa.
How has the design changed?
The spyshot-based render shows the Tiguan’s cab being pushed further back, with a longer bonnet and less squared-off proportions than the current car. The result is a sleek – dare we say coupe-like – stance.
Details are lifted from the VW stable, with full-length LED taillights reminiscent of the miniature T-Cross and a new grille design that reminds us of the ID.4. Both details serve to emphasize the width of the new Tiguan.
We know The next Tiguan won’t be an EV.but just to make sure onlookers do too, the new SUV has a wide intake under its grille.
Under its hood, the new Tiguan loses the current car’s confident, single crease in favor of gently flaring wheel arches.
When is it coming?
If development continues without a hitch, we’ll likely see the launch of the new Tiguan in Europe as early as 2023.
The third-generation Tiguan will use a new iteration of the current car’s MQB platform. Whether this is an MQB Evo like the Mk8 Golf or an updated platform with even more computing power remains to be confirmed.
The current Tiguan is facelifted, in Hero R guise
There will almost certainly be some form of electrification under the bonnet, be it plug-in, self-charging or a mild hybrid. An all-electric variant is not off the cards.
But combustion engines – including the current 2.0-litre turbo ‘EA888’ and 1.5-litre 110TSI Evo petrol mills – are likely to feature in the new Tiguan.