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What will be the new Volkswagen Tiguan 2023 (photo)

The new Volkswagen Tiguan will radically change in appearance and become more expressive in appearance. The crossover will retain familiar petrol and diesel engines, but will be more economical than its predecessor.

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Volkswagen is developing the third generation Tiguan. The crossover will be presented in 2023, but for now, the first renders of the model have appeared. They were published by the site Carscoops.

The images were created on the basis of spy photos of the Volkswagen Tiguan, which was repeatedly filmed during tests. Although it was covered with camouflage, the design was still visible.

What will be the new Volkswagen Tiguan 2023 (photo )

What will be the new Volkswagen Tiguan 2023 (photo)

The crossover will become more expressive in appearance. Its front end will be designed in the style of the Volkswagen Golf 8 – with a huge grille and narrow headlights. The wings will expand a little, which will add muscle to the car. The car will grow up and become more spacious inside.

The interior of the Volkswagen Tiguan 2023 will also be done in the Golf style. The crossover will get a virtual instrument panel and climate control touch switches, and the touch screen will be turned towards the driver.

What will be the new Volkswagen Tiguan 2023 (photo)

What will be the new Volkswagen Tiguan 2023 (photo)

New Volkswagen Tiguan will be built on the MQB Evo platform, like the current model. The 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter petrol turbo engines, as well as 2.0-liter turbodiesels, are expected to remain in the lineup, but all of them will be supplemented by a 48-volt “mild” hybrid installation. This will reduce fuel consumption and harmful emissions.