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Volkswagen to Launch Tiguan Facelift in Dec 2021

By Himanshu Walia | Published: 29 Dec' 21 | Updated: 14 Jan' 22


Volkswagen Tiguan

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Volkswagen just announced that the facelifted Tiguan will debut in India next month. This indicates that the automaker would follow through on its commitment to deliver four SUVs in the United States this year. Here's all we can expect from the redesigned edition of the Volkswagen Tiguan.

Volkswagen Tiguan

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There will be a few cosmetic updates to the Volkswagen Tiguan like an updated front fascia with a redesigned grille and a re-sculpted front bumper. Round at the back, the SUV still features those L-shaped tail lamp clusters but with striking LED elements.

 

There's also new TIGUAN lettering in the tailgate's center. Volkswagen will also add a set of 18-inch alloy wheels with a new design to the Tiguan.

 

It will include an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment head-unit on the inside, which will also handle the new three-zone automated temperature control system. There's also connected technology, a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, and an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat for further comfort and convenience in the new Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift.

Volkswagen Tiguan

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A new 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine with 187 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque will power the Tiguan. This engine will be paired with an all-wheel-drive system and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Volkswagen Tiguan

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Volkswagen kicked off the show with the T-Roc, followed by the space, and finally the Volkswagen Taigun later in the year. And now, just before the end of the year, the company will introduce the updated Tiguan to Indian buyers. Pre-orders are scheduled to begin soon, with variant-specific pricing to be announced on December 7. Stay tuned for updates.

Volkswagen Tiguan
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