The beloved Volkswagen Tiguan will get a new model in 2024. This is the third Tiguan edition. Although the car will be the last to have a combustion engine, it may also include lightweight hybrids and plug-in powered versions.
Mules were tested-driven in Germany. They were also seen on the streets. Spy photos show that the grille is preserved at the top of the car’s front end. To ensure sufficient cooling, the grille’s lower section is raised to match Volkswagen ID.
It is possible to make an entirely electric car with the introduction of a new model and VW’s electric vehicle. The chances of a Tiguan-electric vehicle are slim due to its design being very similar to the VW ID.4 However, it is expected that VW’s German brand will avoid any controversy about this important model as it is being replaced by the more affordable and mechanically identical Skoda Enya.
The brand new Tiguan will likely be built on MQB Evo, which is the Mk.8 Golf base model. It’s expected that it will have similar attributes and an identical engine. An initial 110bhp gasoline engine of 1.0 liter capacity will not be sufficient for large SUVs. A stronger version of the engine can produce 148bhp. The lineup will be launched with a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder gas engine. It may be available with lightweight hybrid technologies.
2024 Volkswagen Tiguan Engine
High-performance SUV lovers will not be disappointed by the Tiguan R variant. This model will likely have a 331bhp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which is also in the Golf R. Tiguan has two diesel engines. The Tiguan can be powered by either the 148bhp version or the 208bhp 2.0-liter version found in the Golf. It is possible, however, that all of the engines will be powered entirely by petrol due to the decline in the popularity of diesel engines.
The Tiguan’s plug-in hybrid engine will be a great option for business car drivers and those looking to improve their fuel economy. There are many options, but the first model will likely be the 242bhp 1.5-liter Golf. The battery for the Golf is 13 kWh in weight and has a range of 37 miles. Due to its heavier weight, however, it will likely be smaller than the Tiguan. It is possible that an extra battery could be installed shortly that would allow the Tiguan to function as the Kia Sportage, which has a staggering 43-mile range.
Interior design will bear a striking resemblance to Golf’s, with the Tiguan equipped with a dual-screen infotainment screen. It consists of a 10-inch instrument panel and a 10.25-inch main touchscreen. Although the overall layout is not as simple as the ID-badged VW cars, the inconvenience of climate control that can only be controlled by touch may be back. The platform could increase Tiguan’s capacity by 525 liters. This is the largest vehicle of its type. Volkswagen has not yet announced the launch date for the new model, but we think it will be in the first trimester of 2023.
The latter is also the most equipped variant, sporting stuff such as leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, premium audio with subwoofer, 20-inch alloys with all-season tires, a light bar integrated into the grille, and an electrically-operated tailgate. The base model has heated front seats, an eight-inch digital cockpit, and LED headlights with a night-sensing function. There are also LED taillights with all-season tires. Keyless entry with push button start, second-row air vents, three rows, and many other safety features.
2024 Volkswagen Tiguan Revealed
It is now known that the electric Volkswagen Tiguan can offer many benefits, as well as its latest hybrid model, which plugs into plug-ins, has been revealed. In 2024, the model will be available as the third Tiguan version. Comparatively to its current model, it is expected that the Tiguan will have a higher power-to-power ratio in electric-only mode. This will require an increase in the powerful lithium-ion battery can provide. We don’t know the cost of the kWh, except for the obvious. Volkswagen will soon be able to achieve this feat.
The all-new Tiguan will likely arrive in the United States as a 2024 model when it arrives. It will likely be a bit more expensive than its predecessor due to all of the new features such as the interior design and exterior, advanced technology features, and possibly more active and passive safety equipment. In our market, the current Tiguan is available in the S, SE, and SE R-Line Black specifications. They are accompanied by MSRPs of $26,950 and $30,580, respectively, and $33,310 and $37,680.