2024 Volkswagen Tiguan

Volkswagen’s mid-size crossover, the Tiguan, will live past the second generation, which has been around since 2016. Not only that, but it will inevitably embrace its all-quiet side, as the German company is expected to offer it with battery-electric power.

Source: www.autoevolution.com

2024 VW Tiguan production body spy photos

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2024 Volkswagen Tiguan Spied Inside And Out In 31 Photos

Clever camouflage makes it looks like the current model, but it’s a next-gen SUV in disguise.


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2024 VW Tiguan new spy photos

The new Tiguan won’t follow the modern trend of becoming a purely electric vehicle. Instead, it will continue to be offered with combustion power in different forms for at least this upcoming generation, which could be succeeded by a battery-powered model. It’s obviously too early to talk about the Tiguan EV, but we know the next-gen Tiguan will ride on an updated version of the MQB Evo platform. Given the small time window, before the combustion engine is banned completely in Europe, it’s not really a surprise the Wolfsburg-based automaker doesn’t want to invest huge money into new architectures for ICE-powered products.

The new Volkswagen Tiguan will in any case simply get combustion engines again. In addition, the Tiguan again comes with plug-in hybrid powertrains. However, it seems certain that the newcomer will be the last Tiguan to receive (mild-hybrid) petrol and diesel engines in Europe.


2024 Volkswagen Tiguan Spied In White

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Spy photos of the new Tiguan L

The new car is equipped with a narrow-strip floating LCD instrument and a larger floating screen. It also comes equipped with rear exhaust vents, USB ports and icons of suspected seat heating.

In terms of power, as a reference, the current Tiguan L isequipped with 1.4T and 2.0T engines.

The development of the new Volkswagen Tiguan 2024 is coming to an end. Those from Wolfsburg are completing the validation of the different on-board systems and the technical specifications in new days in the winter tests, with what is expected to be revealed in the second half of the year

Source: motor.es

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New Volkswagen Tiguan prototype review.

The Volkswagen Tiguan compact SUV was a success right from the off when it launched in 2007. It has since overtaken the Golf as the brand’s biggest global seller, evolving into myriad forms to cover the requirements of different markets.

VW has taken a pragmatic approach by using its existing MQB platform, albeit in a heavily modified ‘evo’ form that’s better equipped to integrate electrification into the powertrains and its digital control systems. VW will continue to offer petrol, diesel, mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains in global markets.

The new Volkswagen Tiguan is 32mm longer and 5mm higher than the current generation, sharing its width and wheelbase. Digital interfaces take precedence over physical controls, with a 10.25-inch display and two touchscreens in either a 12.3- or new 15-inch size.

The digital controls have been completely redesigned, with back-lit sliders for heating and ventilation functions. The steering wheel now returns to the use of physical controls, and there is a volume knob with multi-use functionality that can also control the Tiguan’s driver modes and ambient lighting.

Spy photos 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan eHybrid.

Source: motor.es


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Illustrative recreation Volkswagen Tiguan 2024


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Camouflaged VW Tiguan Shows Up In Munich.

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