The Hybrid SUV Revolution: Introducing Volkswagen’s 2024 Tiguan

Volkswagen continues its tradition of automotive excellence by launching the new generation of its popular SUV, the Tiguan. This revamped 2024 model showcases state-of-the-art technologies, including a plug-in hybrid version, reinforcing the company's commitment to sustainable mobility. How does it compare to its predecessor and what innovative features can we expect?

Unveiling the Future: Tiguan’s Design and Technical Advancements

This global premiere of the Tiguan marks an exciting moment for automotive enthusiasts. The SUV has shed its sharper edges, now reflecting the aerodynamic designs reminiscent of the electric ID series. Not only is it visually appealing, but its cutting-edge technology promises a seamless driving experience. Both combustion and electric powertrains will be available, with an automatic DSG gearbox accompanying all models.

The 2024 Tiguan, built on the MQB evo modular platform, exhibits the platform’s versatility. The car is equipped with the new generation of adaptive electronic DCC Pro shock absorbers, ensuring a smoother ride. The hybrid versions are designed for faster charging, even with alternating current. The flagship plug-in hybrid model boasts an impressive range of up to 62 miles (100 km) on a single charge.

Elevated Aesthetics and Functionality

The interior of the Tiguan 2024 provides a refined experience. The minimalist central panel is dominated by the MIB 4 infotainment system that seamlessly integrates with the digital dashboard in front of the driver. With a generous 15-inch display, drivers and passengers can access all essential data for safe and comfortable travel.

High-end lighting is no longer exclusive to the flagship Touareg. The Tiguan now features the top-tier Full LED IQ.Light HD headlamps, housing a total of 38,400 LED diodes. Furthermore, the vehicle’s advanced assistance systems — from emergency braking to blind-spot monitoring with lane-change assistant to a completely automatic parking assistant — signify Volkswagen’s commitment to safety and convenience.

More Space, More Comfort

The vehicle has grown by about 1.18 inches in length, offering additional space for both passengers and luggage. With a cargo capacity of up to 652 liters behind the second row of seats, storage won’t be a concern. The front passengers can revel in the comforts of the new ergoActive seats, providing enhanced lumbar support and extended massage options, heating, and ventilation settings based on specific temperature conditions.

Since its debut in 2007, over 7.6 million customers have chosen the Tiguan. As the third generation rolls out, it seems poised to challenge the Touareg’s popularity. Volkswagen plans to initiate pre-orders this November, with the Tiguan hitting markets by the first quarter of next year.

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