The all-newer Tiguan eHybrid SUV, as part of its electric mobility program, was formally announced by Volkswagen. The Volkswagen Tiguan eHybrid is priced in Germany at EUR 42,413 for around INR 37.93 lakh in India. Volkswagen has also begun to accept the eHybrid SUV pre-orders. Volkswagen is a Climate Agreement Paris-based brand. Hybrid plug-in cars like the Tiguan eHybrid would be crucial to the goal of being carbon-free by 2050.
Tiguan eHybrid SUV Design:
The Tiguan eHybrid is visually similar to the mainstream ICE driven SUV variant that is on sale globally. Tiguan was first elevated to the world market earlier this year and the eHybrid is still planned in the same language. The global Tiguan looks a lot thinner and more sporty with slimmer headlight LEDs and revamped bumpers compare to Tiguan All Space offered here in India. Volkswagen offers three service kits – Living, Beauty, and R-Line – for the Tiguan eHybrid. The Tiguan eHybrid is built of sleek 17″ alloy wheels, roofs, and body covering.
The Tiguan eHybrid interiors are also the same as the standard edition of the SUV. Being a Volkswagen, the functions are loaded at the base. A wireless cockpit, large tactile infotainment system with all types of communication, three-zone automatic air conditioning, leather steering wheel with multiple flexibility paddles, adjustable crossing control, front and rear park distance indicator, a lane aid, rain sensors and several more are among some of the typical attributes of the highlight.
Tiguan eHybrid SUV Gearbox
What is really relevant is the cap of the Volkswagen Tiguan eHybrid. It comes with a 1.4-litre TSI engine which is linked to an electric motor and a 6-speed DCT gearbox is attached to the powertrain. The drive train’s overall production is 241hp. The Tiguan eHybrid also offers a special GTE mode, in which the electric motor and internal combustion motor can achieve a combined torque of 400Nm together. Electric power alone can also transport the SUV up to 50 km.
The Tiguan eHybrid battery pack is mounted at the rear axle front and can be charged using an AC adapter with an internal connector with a maximum of 2.3 kW connections. Using a DC loader, you can charge up to 3.6 kW. In addition, the hybrid drive plug-in is designed to allow you to start the car any time you load the battery in pure EV mode. However, it is not anticipated that this will soon come to India “www.indianautosblog.com”.