Volkswagen Tiguan Blue Motion 2015 ( New )

2014 Volkswagen Tiguan Interior

Volkswagen Tiguan Blue Motion 2015 ( New )

The second-generation Volkswagen Tiguan will be launched in early 2015 — seven years after the small crossover first turned a wheel on UK roads. Our exclusive images show how the newcomer…
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  1. Entube New Cars says:

    The second-generation Volkswagen Tiguan will be launched in early 2015 —
    seven years after the small crossover first turned a wheel on UK roads. Our
    exclusive images show how the newcomer could look as it aims to mix the
    universal appeal of the Golf with the added versatility of an SUV.

    As with the latest Golf MkVII, the new Tiguan will be based on VW’s modular
    MQB architecture. The versatility of this platform will allow the company
    to increase the model’s length from today’s 4,426mm, and in turn offer more
    boot space than the current car — which already trumps the Skoda Yeti with
    a 470-litre capacity.

    • Volkswagen Tiguan review

    The wheelbase will also grow to around 2,700mm, giving extra interior room,
    particularly in the back. And the new Tiguan will remain one of the most
    practical cars in its class by continuing with sliding rear seats.

    But it will remain a strict five-seater — leaving space for a larger
    MQB-based SUV, previewed by the VW CrossBlue concept, due in 2016 and with
    six or seven-seat layouts.

    Our exclusive images show that the new Tiguan’s looks will be heavily
    influenced by the CrossBlue.

    Dominating the nose are integrated chrome bars running horizontally right
    across the headlights and grille. The chunky front bumper shown here will
    feature on the sporty, road-biased version of the car. However, VW will
    also offer a Tiguan Escape, without the front protection for better
    approach angles when off-roading, but with more prominent cladding around
    the sills and wheelarches.

    The MQB platform will allow larger wheels to be fitted — up to 19 inches
    – but the designers will carry over the characterful, squared-off
    wheelarches, which will become a signature feature of all new VW SUVs. At
    the rear are LED tail-lights, a neat, integrated spoiler and, on top-spec
    R-Line models, twin exhausts.

    The Tiguan will retain its high driving position, although the chassis will
    be tuned to feel as car-like as possible, and will include the option of
    VW’s DCC adaptive dampers. Also on the menu is a choice of two and
    four-wheel drive — the latter with the new Haldex 5 system that’s graced
    the new Skoda Octavia 4×4, VW Golf R and Audi S3.

    • Volkswagen Golf review

    Engine options will be similar to the Golf’s, with 1.2, 1.4 and 2.0-litre
    TSI petrols, plus 1.6 and 2.0-litre TDI diesels. But efficiency will be
    improved — stop-start will be offered, the MQB platform will help to
    reduce the Tiguan’s weight to less than 1,500kg and there’s potential for
    VW to make its new 10-speed DSG auto available.

    A Tiguan BlueMotion is likely, with 80mpg-plus, as is a plug-in hybrid
    returning over 100mpg. And at the other end of the scale, a hot Tiguan R
    could be offered, but VW will monitor sales of the Nissan Qashqai Nismo and
    Audi RS Q3 before deciding if the demand is there.

    VW Tiguan 2015 interior

    So what will the all-new Tiguan’s interior look like? The CrossBlue
    concept, seen at January’s Detroit Motor Show, gave a hint.The latest model
    cars you can find all models of veon are working .. thanks for
    interest:”New generation of cars” “New cars” “Super Cars” “latest cars”
    http://www.youtube.com/user/theentube1
    http://www.youtube.com/user/theentube1

  2. Entube New Cars says:

    The second-generation Volkswagen Tiguan will be launched in early 2015 —
    seven years after the small crossover first turned a wheel on UK roads. Our
    exclusive images show how the newcomer could look as it aims to mix the
    universal appeal of the Golf with the added versatility of an SUV.

    As with the latest Golf MkVII, the new Tiguan will be based on VW’s modular
    MQB architecture. The versatility of this platform will allow the company
    to increase the model’s length from today’s 4,426mm, and in turn offer more
    boot space than the current car — which already trumps the Skoda Yeti with
    a 470-litre capacity.

    • Volkswagen Tiguan review

    The wheelbase will also grow to around 2,700mm, giving extra interior room,
    particularly in the back. And the new Tiguan will remain one of the most
    practical cars in its class by continuing with sliding rear seats.

    But it will remain a strict five-seater — leaving space for a larger
    MQB-based SUV, previewed by the VW CrossBlue concept, due in 2016 and with
    six or seven-seat layouts.

    Our exclusive images show that the new Tiguan’s looks will be heavily
    influenced by the CrossBlue.

    Dominating the nose are integrated chrome bars running horizontally right
    across the headlights and grille. The chunky front bumper shown here will
    feature on the sporty, road-biased version of the car. However, VW will
    also offer a Tiguan Escape, without the front protection for better
    approach angles when off-roading, but with more prominent cladding around
    the sills and wheelarches.

    The MQB platform will allow larger wheels to be fitted — up to 19 inches
    – but the designers will carry over the characterful, squared-off
    wheelarches, which will become a signature feature of all new VW SUVs. At
    the rear are LED tail-lights, a neat, integrated spoiler and, on top-spec
    R-Line models, twin exhausts.

    The Tiguan will retain its high driving position, although the chassis will
    be tuned to feel as car-like as possible, and will include the option of
    VW’s DCC adaptive dampers. Also on the menu is a choice of two and
    four-wheel drive — the latter with the new Haldex 5 system that’s graced
    the new Skoda Octavia 4×4, VW Golf R and Audi S3.

    • Volkswagen Golf review

    Engine options will be similar to the Golf’s, with 1.2, 1.4 and 2.0-litre
    TSI petrols, plus 1.6 and 2.0-litre TDI diesels. But efficiency will be
    improved — stop-start will be offered, the MQB platform will help to
    reduce the Tiguan’s weight to less than 1,500kg and there’s potential for
    VW to make its new 10-speed DSG auto available.

    A Tiguan BlueMotion is likely, with 80mpg-plus, as is a plug-in hybrid
    returning over 100mpg. And at the other end of the scale, a hot Tiguan R
    could be offered, but VW will monitor sales of the Nissan Qashqai Nismo and
    Audi RS Q3 before deciding if the demand is there.

    VW Tiguan 2015 interior

    So what will the all-new Tiguan’s interior look like? The CrossBlue
    concept, seen at January’s Detroit Motor Show, gave a hint.The latest model
    cars you can find all models of veon are working .. thanks for
    interest:”New generation of cars” “New cars” “Super Cars” “latest cars”
    http://www.youtube.com/user/theentube1
    http://www.youtube.com/user/theentube1

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  5. Mehmet Salamci says:

    exelent car
    

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