Renderings of VW Tiguan 2024 Take After Latest Spy Shot

Originally launched in 2007, the Tiguan has become a veritable cash cow for Volkswagen and is currently gearing up for a third generation which is expected to arrive later in 2023. The future compact crossover spotted recently hiding its production body for the first time, signifies the model. The popular C-segment has entered the next stage of development. Based on the spy shot, an independent artist speculatively created a revamped model.

In an attempt to digitally release camouflage, the artist envisioned a 2024 Tiguan with a mix of Golf and ID.4 cues that appear to be seen on the prototype. The next-generation model appears to be significantly larger than the current vehicle, giving the impression of a slightly smaller Touareg. It also looks less boxy than today’s crossovers while having a completely redesigned front fascia.

Renderings of VW Tiguan 2024

We’ll remind you that the test vehicle had a body-colored band applied to the tailgate in an attempt to hide a potentially applied light bar in adjacent renderings. Hopefully, VW will get rid of the prototype fake exhaust tips that have plagued other models in recent history. The renders depict the Tiguan 2024 with a subtle derrière by hiding the exhaust tip under the bumper.

Possibly the last generation to come with a combustion engine, the revamped model will use the VW Group’s cleanest ICE to date. Logic tells us that this is being engineered to meet Euro 7 regulations which are expected to come into effect in the next few years. It is likely that the eHybrid version will be tweaked to unlock more electric miles and we expect there will be another high-performance R version. For what it’s worth, the US-spec Tiguan has been confirmed to get more power although it won’t receive the “R” suffix.

The interior is a bit of a mystery at this point, though our recent spy shots revealed that the Tiguan 2024 will have an ID.4-like setup with a small digital instrument cluster and infotainment touchscreen sticking out of the dashboard. Time will tell if VW plans two- and three-row versions once again, but the jump in size is understandable as the Wolfsburg brand has T-Cross, Taigo, Taos, and T-Roc as smaller offerings.

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