2024 Volkswagen Tiguan Unveiled
It’s been confirmed that the third-generation Volkswagen Tiguan will be launched next year in 2024.
It was first revealed in Germany not so long ago, and It's been refreshed with a new sleek design and cutting-edge technology.
We are at the beginning of the electric era, and sadly, the Golf won’t live to see another combustion engine; the Volkswagen Tiguan promises to keep delivering and has opted to go hybrid.
From the structure, it’s based on the updated MQB Evo platform. Its width, height and wheelbase remain almost identical to the outgoing model. The overall length has grown by around 30mm, while luggage capacity has increased by 37l to 652 litres.
The exterior design is smoother in its overall styling, forging a closer resemblance to the ID.4, incorporating a glass-covered horizontal strip. At the same time, airflow occurs through the bumper's outer sides.
It will also have HD matrix headlights, inherited from the recently updated Touareg, and Park Assist Pro with remote parking capability and automated Trailer Assist.
The 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan cockpit inside the cabin incorporates a new digital instrument cluster with an anti-reflective coating, a floating-effect central infotainment system, and a redesigned head-up display.
The infotainment screen boasts an entirely new menu structure and graphics. At the same time, the lower centre console area incorporates a new rotary control with its mini screen, which can be used to adjust the radio volume, interior lighting colours and driving modes.
The Volkswagen Tiguan comes with new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models with DC fast-charging capability and a 19.7 kWh battery that allows an all-electric range of up to 100km between charges.
The Tiguan is paired with a 1.5-litre turbocharged Miller combustion petrol engine to an electric motor and is available in 150kW and 200kW guises.
The 1.5 TSI Evo engine is also available in 48V mild hybrid form, with output levels of 96kW and 110kW for these “eTSI” models.
At the same time, the regular EA88 2.0-litre turbo-petrol also returns with outputs of 150kW and 195kW, the latter featuring a 4Motion all-wheel drive.
Volkswagen isn’t forgoing the diesel motor, as the current 2.0-litre TDI unit will also soldier on in 110kW (FWD) and 142kW (AWD) guises.
The new Tiguan is electrifying, stylish, and loaded with tech—something worth considering in the New Year.