Production for the Volkswagen Tiguan started back in 2007 and although it may still be a relatively young model, it wouldn’t necessarily surprise us if it were to receive a facelift. It seems Volkswagen thought this would be a good time as well as they are already preparing a facelift version for the Tiguan crossover, for both the European and the North American market. The official debut is expected to be made in September at the Paris Motor Show. This news comes to us after a Tiguan brochure leaked its way to the internet last night.

The facelift version includes a restyled front bumper, new fog lights, an updated grille, LED daytime running lights integrated into the headlights, and restyled wheels. The new trademark face of Volkswagen is also evident in the pictures leaked. The interior will only see a change in the form of a simplified climate control system. The engine will also only see minor changes as Volkswagen makes alterations to improve fuel efficiency and decrease emissions.

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Source: WCF

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5 comments:

  (544) posted on 06.7.2010

I agree but it looks better than before,right?

  (460) posted on 06.6.2010

I see nothing has changed much, it’s just like a enhanced touareg

  (505) posted on 06.6.2010

The image is a little blurred. It seems that the European and North American Tiguan will adpopt its style but not much as like the Chinese Tiguan.

  (1023) posted on 06.4.2010

The current tail light looks bad. They should change it to look like Golf ones.

  (407) posted on 06.3.2010

The current tail light looks bad. They should change it to look like Golf ones.

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