The third-generation Volkswagen Tiguan hasn’t been officially revealed yet, but there will be few surprises when it is.
Our spy photographers in Europe have captured the new mid-sized SUV while testing yet again, this time in white paint rather than black. It was captured on a sunny day with a brisk temperature of -23 degrees.
The third-gen Tiguan clearly offers a more curvaceous profile with upper body sculpting reminiscent of its larger siblings.
A hot Tiguan R with running gear lifted from the Golf R is a near-certainty as well, though a full electric model is less likely given the existence of the similarly sized, EV-only ID.4.
While our spy photographers weren’t able to capture any interior images of this particular Tiguan prototype, they have previously snapped the inside of an earlier prototype.
We’d be expecting the new Tiguan to appear in 2023 at one of the major European motorshows, with a market launch for 2024.
The current-generation model has been in production since 2016, with the typical vehicle life-cycle lasting 7-8 years.