The third-generation Volkswagen Tiguan will not be out for a minimum of a couple of years, but that hasn’t stopped the report mill from churning a spicy report about the compact crossover getting coupe affects. A post released at the start of the month by Automobile Express stated something about the new Tiguan getting “extreme” styling with style cues drawn from coupes, and now the folks over at Kolesa.ru have envisioned the sleeker crossover.
Although it doesn’t have the R-Line badging, this might extremely well function as the stylish trim thanks to its chunky (fake) air intakes in advance and the double exhausts at the back. The large wheels and the fairly limited ground clearance due to the stiffer suspension are likewise components of an R-Line model, while the built-in rear spoiler, even more, improves the Tiguan’s stylish attitude.
VW had strategies to coupe-ify the present generation of the crossover. However, those have been shelved and in its place SEAT through its Cupra division will introduce the Formentor. Should you desire Wolfsburg’s badge on a CUV beaten with the coupe stick, a report has it the next-generation Tiguan will be out eventually in 2022. The Russians have imagined the fancier model with full-width taillights, which are ending up being more and more typical in today’s automotive-style trends.
Since we’re on the subject of the questionable crossover-coupe specific niche, the subcompact T-Cross will supposedly spawn a “coupe” variation at the end of 2022 to take advantage of the growing appeal of these body design mashups. Considering VW just revealed a T-Roc Convertible, I think anything can happen, and we should not be amazed any longer.
VW is far from being finished with its crossover assault as the Taigun concept from numerous years ago is allegedly back on the agenda, with the sub-T-Cross model anticipated to get here the same year as the next-gen Tiguan. Add into the mix the new Tarek and electric Crozz, and it is safe to state VW has all the crossover bases covered.