Likely to be shown as early as next month's Frankfurt Motor Show, the new Tiguan looks sharper and cleaner than before. It will be facing the same rivals as before, namely Ford's Kuga, Mazda's CX-5, Nissan's Qashqai and Hyundai's Tuscon.
According to Carscoops, there will be two other new variants that have been hinted by Volkswagen officials. The first one to come will be a longer seven seater version (the one pictured here is likely to be the five-seater version) and the other one will be a crossover between a coupe and a SUV which will spot a sloping roofline like a BMW X4.
The new Tiguan is likely to use the usual range of turbocharged engines and dual clutch gearbox that can be found in the current Golf.