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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan snapped again- interior revealed

Volkswagen has been testing its all-new 2016 Tiguan SUV which is likely to be unveiled later this year or by early 2015. For the first time, the interiors of the SUV have been snapped by autoevolution. We all know that Volkswagen is now aiming to increase the number of SUVs and crossovers in its lineup. […]

  • Shilpa Chopra
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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan

Volkswagen has been testing its all-new 2016 Tiguan SUV which is likely to be unveiled later this year or by early 2015. For the first time, the interiors of the SUV have been snapped by autoevolution. We all know that Volkswagen is now aiming to increase the number of SUVs and crossovers in its lineup. From its current lineup of two models, Volkswagen plans to launch at least 4 new products globally. The Taigun based compact SUV will also go on sale next year, while the company has already started testing the T-ROC concept based SUV. The company is also planning a larger 7-seater SUV to rival the Toyota Highlander and Nissan Pathfinder.

2016 Volkswagen Tiguan interior

The Volkswagen Tiguan is the first big product from the German brand which is based on the MQB modular platform. It is likely to share its components and styling cues with SEAT’s first SUV and the Yeti replacement. If media reports to believe, the Tiguan will also be offered in two versions- one for City driving and one for adventures.

2016 Volkswagen Tiguan rear and side profile

The spyshots suggest that the vehicle is the city-SUV version and it is a front wheel drive version of the Tiguan. The first image of the Tiguan’s new interior doesn’t tell much about the SUV. The whole dashboard looks identical to the current model; however, the steering wheel is covered with black fabric. The centre console features a big screen floating and it is equipped with the first LED headlights, the first all-digital, the first digital instrument cluster and others.

Image Courtesy: autoevolution

 

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