The third-generation Volkswagen Tiguan hasn’t been officially unveiled yet, but when it does, there will be a few surprises.
Our spy photographers in Europe have captured the new mid-size SUV being tested again, this time in white color instead of black. It was taken on a sunny day in a brisk -23 degree temperature.
The third generation Tiguan clearly offers a curvaceous profile with an upper body sculpt reminiscent of its larger siblings.
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Like the Golf 8 and Skoda Octavia, the new Tiguan is expected to migrate to the latest MQB Evo platform – with petrol, hybrid and plug-in hybrid options.
A hot Tiguan R with the chassis lifted off the Golf R is also almost certain, although an all-electric model is less likely given the existence of the similarly sized EV-only ID.4.
While our spy photographers weren’t able to snap interior shots of this particular Tiguan prototype, they have previously photographed the interior of a previous prototype.
A look inside reveals a redesigned central touchscreen, the absence of buttons and dials, and a simpler cluster design.
We expect the new Tiguan to be on display at one of Europe’s major motor shows in 2023, with a market launch in 2024.
The current generation model has been in production since 2016, with the typical vehicle life cycle being 7-8 years.
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