It’s not too early to start planning for next year.
On Tuesday, Volkswagen gave us our first look at the 2022 Tiguan crossover that will arrive in the U.S. in fall 2021. Not much is radically different on the small crossover with a big interior, aside from upgraded interior materials, a more powerful infotainment system, new steering wheel, and subtle design changes.
Volkswagen isn’t ready to start talking price for the new Tiguan, but we should more know this time next year.
The biggest changes for the crossover are inside, where the Tiguan gets a digital instrument cluster on all versions, and a touch-sensitive steering wheel taken from the updated Arteon sedan. The touchscreen is new, too, and it uses VW’s latest system that’s faster and more responsive.
When it goes on sale, VW will offer the Tiguan in S, SE, SE R-Line Black, and SEL R-Line trim levels. Tiguan S…