Recently, Volkswagen has been spotted testing out their upcoming Tiguan compact crossover. This car is being sold in different markets with two different body styles: a standard-wheelbase and a long-wheelbase. The long-wheelbase version is marketed as the Tiguan Allspace in other countries.
The new Volkswagen Tiguan (third generation) is almost ready! We can expect to see the regular-sized version before the end of 2023 and the extended-size model by 2024. The overall launch in America should happen sometime during 2025.
The pictures show that the design of the latest Tiguan looks much more sleek and curved, similar to the design of the new Touareg car which can be found in some of the photos. It also has some similarities to the current Golf car at the back, possibly giving a bit more space for placing things inside. The back also shows fake exhaust tips coming out from underneath the car.
The new Tiguan is going to have a different and improved version of its current model’s platform. This new version was first used in the latest Golf and other Audi cars, and it will make the car better in a lot of ways, like making it easier to connect to devices, and having awesome driver-aid features.
We don’t know yet which engines will be used, but similar ones from the old Tiguan, like a 2.0-liter turbo-4 engine, might also be added with little changes (like mild-hybrid technology).
Recently, a photographer managed to catch sight of what is probably an electric Volkswagen Tiguan. This electric car will most likely come along with the other cars that run on the MEB platform for electric vehicles. VW had already announced plans for another all-electric compact crossover vehicle to be made in their main factory in Germany.
The Volkswagen Tiguan has sold really well in the U.S., with over 100,000 of them being bought every year for the last four years. The new version will likely be even more popular since it should be a bit better than the current one.