The changes to the Tiguan will be mainly cosmetic, with a redesigned front grille and new bumpers, plus a more pedestrian-friendly reshaped bonnet. As the previous spy shots reveal, the rear of the Tiguan will remain unchanged. This latest computer-generated rendering gives a good indication as to what the final version may look like when it hits the streets next year.
The powertrain lineup will also likely be revitalized, with a range of more fuel-efficient engines introduced in line with more stringent fuel economy and emissions regulations. A hybrid variant may also be introduced, though its release wouldn’t be for several years still and possibly not until the launch of the second-generation of the model.
Source: Motor Authority