What are the differences between old tiguan and new 2021 tiguan
on 21 Jan 2021
The facelifted Tiguan gets a bunch of updates such as tweaked bumpers with big air dams, revised front grille, and updated headlamps with LED DRLs. Volkswagen is also offering the updated SUV with new alloy wheels, revised tail lamps and ‘TIGUAN’ badging below the brand’s logo on the bootlid. The facelifted Tiguan is pretty much similar to the pre-facelift model save for these changes. The sportier R variant gets aggressive styling, quad exhausts, and bigger 21-inch alloy wheels. Changes on the inside are limited to an R-specific steering wheel and sporty seats with additional side bolstering. On the inside, Volkswagen has added touch-based climate controls, a new steering wheel with touch-based controls, and a larger touchscreen infotainment system with Volkswagen’s latest MIB3 operating system and connected car technology. Other features include ambient lighting, cruise control, and a panoramic sunroof. It is likely to be offered with a BS6-compliant 1.5-litre TSI turbo petrol engine. Volkswagen is expected to bring it to our market in the first half of-2021 and follow it up with the updated Tiguan Allspace.
At this moment, it would be hard to give any verdict because the brand has not revealed the complete information of the car yet. So we would suggest you to wait for its official announcement. Stay tuned.