2023 VW Tiguan Release Date and Colors

What can we expect from the 2023 VW Tiguan? You can read some information about this VW car in this article below.

The German carmaker Volkswagen is expected to release the 2023 VW Tiguan somewhere in 2022. Will this come into reality and what can we expect from the car? Well, so far there is no official information or announcement regarding this car. Hence, what we can get is now only predictions. Even so, it is still worth knowing if you are eyeing VW cars, especially the Tiguan lineup.

New 2023 VW Tiguan

What Colors Will The 2023 Tiguan Come In?

So far, there has been no information about what colors will the 2023 VW Tiguan come in. However, if we are believing in what rumors say, then there are currently four colors that you can have the VW car in.

These colors will include teal, blue, white, and red. Again, it is based on what people are rumoring. There are many aspects of the VW Tiguan which has not been announced yet.

The color lineup may be the same as the 2022 VW Tiguan. The red color that is mentioned earlier is unexpectedly coming from the LinkedIn page of Volkswagen Group, CEO Dr. Herbert Diess. Through his page, the CEO mentioned that he had just approved a vehicle design, which people speculate is a 2023 VW Tiguan.

Will There Be a New Tiguan In 2022?

Again, there is no valid information to answer this question. However, the next generation of VW Tiguan is expected to come in 2023. The date isn’t clear yet, but some news mentioned that Tiguan will come in the first half of next year (2023).

Many expect that the car will be released in 2022’s Q2. However, it seems like it may no longer be the case. The reasons are many, and, understandably, the carmaker is postponing the release of the 2023 VW Tiguan.

So, what are the reason that seems to be postponing the release of this car lineup? To mention some: the global pandemic, the unstable worldwide security, and the shortage of semiconductor chips.

The last reason is more on the hit after the war takes place. Now what we can do is just wait. Even this has been confirmed by the carmaker itself.

New 2023 VW Tiguan

When Can I Get The 2023 Tiguan?

The sure thing is after the release has been confirmed. There are no details still from the officials, so what we can do is wait. Just as mentioned earlier, the VW Tiguan is expected to be released in early 2023, although there are chances of it being introduced quite later from what people are rumoring.

In addition, from the time of its release until it is accessible to your nearest dealer, it also takes time still. So, it is better if you keep yourself updated with news from VW.

What Changes Can You Expect?

According to sources, the compact SUV is expected to share the same look as what’s now on sale. The design is still stuck in being angular, but many said that the look itself is intimidatingly lavish.

Some new color options are expected to come with the release of the VW Tiguan 2023 version. To accompany the color additions, the carmaker will make some minor changes, especially for the body lines, creases you can find in wheel wells, and the headlights.

Inside, you may see this compact SUV will be equipped with pretty basic features not much different from what’s available now. The infotainment touchscreen is also expected to remain with its 6.5-inch size, six audio speakers, and smartphone-friendly features like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and a digital instrument cluster.

For an upgraded version, you may expect a bigger touchscreen and digital instrument cluster, 8-inch in size for the touchscreen and 10.25-inch for the instrument cluster. In addition, a Fender audio system (9-audio speakers) and wireless charging pad will be available.

The engine of Tiguan may remain as it is with the turbocharged 2.0-L 4-cyl engine. The engine is expected to be able to produce 184 HP of power and 221 lb-ft torque. In addition, the 2023 VW Tiguan is predicted to make its front-wheel-drive its standard. If you want to equip an all-wheel-drive drivetrain for this compact SUV, you’ll still be required to add more cash to spend.