Exterior flair combines with internal engineering savvy to empower Volkswagen’s 2018 Tiguan.
The model premiered at the North American International Auto show in Detroit in January, according to a press release.
Many of this new model’s features are refinements of existing traits, such as a lowered overall stance and tailgate access, a longer length (by 10.7 inches) than the previous year’s model and more cargo space. Features include a panoramic sunroof, a new color palette and a heated steering wheel, as well as heated front seats if desired.
Interior configurations are flexible, with 40:20:40 sliding second-row seats that recline. With the addition of a third row, the 2018 Tiguan can seat seven.
The Tiguan has an eight-way power driver’s seat, a smart cockpit that accepts the motorist’s personal preference data, links with all compatible devices and has many safety features such as collision and lane departure warning systems, automatic emergency braking and more.