If you need another reason to fast forward to next year, perhaps VW has one for you.
The 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan that appeared Tuesday was unveiled more than a year before it arrives in the U.S., leapfrogging the 2021 Tiguan that hasn’t arrived yet. (If you’re wondering why, it’s because orders for the European version are open and Americans have little patience, apparently.)
When it finally gets here, the new Tiguan will sport VW’s latest and greatest infotainment system, new touch controls, and a slightly reworked exterior. Don’t hold your breath for a Tiguan R in the States any time soon. Execs from VW poured cold water on that idea early and often, although proponents of a hotter crossover are pushing hard behind the scenes to bring it to the U.S., according to brand officials.
In the meantime, we’ll make do with a 2.0-liter turbo-4 Tiguan that pushes