The Volkswagen Tiguan is showing its age but Auto Motor und Sport is reporting a redesigned model will be unveiled this fall.

The Volkswagen Tiguan is showing its age but Auto Motor und Sport is reporting a redesigned model will be unveiled this fall.

Set to be offered in three different body styles, the standard Tiguan will be slightly larger than its predecessor and measure approximately 4500mm long. We can also expect a revised engine lineup that will reportedly include a 1.4-liter TSI, a 1.6-liter TDI with 110 PS (81 kW) and a 2.0-liter TDI with outputs ranging from 150-184 PS (110- 135 kW).

We can also expect a larger Tiguan XL which measures roughly 4990mm long and has seating for up to seven people. Despite being more accommodating than the Touareg, the Tiguan XL is expected to be significantly cheaper with a starting price of roughly €30,000.

There's also word of a Tiguan Coupe which would have sporty styling and a four-seat interior.

If that hasn't sparked your interest, Volkswagen will reportedly launch the Taigun in 2015 and T-Roc in 2016. The latter model was previewed by a concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show which measured 4,179 mm long, 1,831 mm wide and 1,501 mm tall.

 

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