New 2016 VW Tiguan revealed on Frankfurt Motor Show


The new compact crossover SUV by VW was revealed on IAA 2015.

The new generation Volkswagen Tiguan is as strict and modern – the style of  the car reminding the eighth generation of the VW Passat.

2016 vw tiguan

Of course, the new SUV is built on a modular platform MQB, which serves as the basis for all fresh vehicles by VW Group. Traditionally Germans warn about weight reduction (in this case – 110,2 lbs (50 kg)), increase the volume of the trunk (to 21,2 cubic ft/615 liters), and whole bunch of electronic assistants. Thus, for example, declared the emergency brake, pedestrian recognition, Lane Departure Warning System and more.

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