Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift Leaks Out Ahead Of Geneva Debut

The first image of the Volkswagen Tiguan facelfit has leaked out thanks to accidental slip from the automaker’s German web site. The web page with the new Tiguan image has now been removed, but the damage has already been done and we expect Volkswagen to release official details soon.

The screenshot from the web page shows us that the Tiguan is getting a similar front to the facelifted Touareg. The new front end features a new bumper, grille, and new LED daytime running lights. We can also see a new set of wheels. Changes to the back most likely include new taillights and a bumper.

The engines are expected to carry over from the current model with minor changes to offer better fuel economy.


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