The 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan showcases a sleeker design compared to its predecessor, with clear influences from the ID.4 in its headlight layout.
Here are some of the key features of the 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan:
- Smoother exterior design
- Larger interior with 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster and large infotainment screen
- Increased cargo volume
- Choice of gasoline, diesel, or plug-in hybrid powertrains
- Front- or all-wheel-drive layouts
2024 Volkswagen Tiguan
Optional HD matrix headlights are available. The lower fascia stands out with three horizontal bars and vertical inlets on the outer edges, accompanied by a smaller opening above the splitter. The remaining body details are concealed under camouflage.
VW’s official teasers reveal that the new Tiguan boasts increased dimensions, being 1.25 inches longer and 0.2 inches taller than the current model. Notably, the width and wheelbase remain consistent at 76.3 inches and 105.5 inches, respectively. This model is built upon the MQB Evo platform, an enhanced version of the existing architecture.
Turning to the interior, the 2024 Tiguan features a prominent 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster and a generous infotainment screen. Lower trims sport a 12.9-inch display, while higher trims step up to a 15-inch setup.
A head-up display option is available, and the passenger side includes a decorative element that doubles as a point for ambient lighting. The premium trims offer an array of luxurious amenities, including 14-way power-adjustable, heated, massaging, and ventilated seats.
Enhancements in size and packaging translate to an expanded cargo volume, increasing by 1.16 cubic feet to a total of 22.88 cubic feet when loading up to the rear seat backrest. The interior gains 0.3 inches of headroom in the front row and 0.4 inches in the second row.
While powertrain specifics are still under wraps, European buyers can anticipate a selection of gasoline, diesel, and plug-in hybrid configurations. The choice between front- or all-wheel-drive layouts is also available.
Anticipate the grand debut of the new Tiguan this upcoming fall, with European sales commencing in the first quarter of 2024.
The 2024 Volkswagen Tiguan presents a refined design with clear influences from the ID.4, featuring distinctive headlight layouts including optional HD matrix headlights. The lower fascia stands out with its unique combination of horizontal bars and vertical inlets, complemented by a smaller opening above the splitter, while the rest of the body’s details remain concealed under camouflage.
Official teasers from VW unveil the new Tiguan’s increased dimensions, boasting a lengthened profile by 1.25 inches and a slight height increase of 0.2 inches compared to its predecessor. The width and wheelbase remain consistent at 76.3 inches and 105.5 inches, respectively. This model is built on the MQB Evo platform, a refined version of the existing architecture that underpins it.
Source: Volkswagen News via YouTube and Motor1