Spy shots of the new VW Tiguan 2021January 15, 2020
On the web, frames appeared on which a new version of the compact crossover VW Tiguan is captured. The official presentation of the popular German SUV, which will be positioned as a novelty of the 2021 model year, may take place in March this year at the Geneva Motor Show.
The second-generation Volkswagen Tiguan has been on the market for more than three years, which means it’s time to upgrade the model to keep it competitive. An official demonstration of the new items may take place in the coming months. Already, company representatives are filming commercials featuring the updated Tiguan in the standard five-seat version.
The car was seen in an unknown place – the photo was posted by an eyewitness on Instagram. The quality of the photo is not entirely good, but you can easily notice completely new headlights that give the crossover a more modern look. The front bumper also looks different, as the air intakes have gotten quite large in shape, and fog lights are not visible at all.
We are tempted to believe that this is not an ordinary version of the model, but the execution of the R-Line.
The fact is that the front wing seems to have the R-Line badge, while black alloy wheels and the aforementioned large air intakes are not offered for the standard model.
Although the taillights are not visible in this low-resolution image, they probably also look different, since for VW it would be advisable to “refresh” the rear LED optics as well as the rear bumper. Most likely, the inscription Tiguan will be placed in the center of the tailgate under the VW badge.
Earlier it was said that the updated Tiguan will be presented this year along with the concept of a “charged” Tiguan R. It is planned that the serial version of the latter will appear by 2021, and under its hood there will be a 300-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine working with 4Motion all-wheel drive system and robotized DSG.
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