New details are starting to emerge about the 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan.
According to Auto Motor und Sport, the redesigned crossover will ride on the MQB platform and be available in three different body styles. The standard crossover will remain about the same size as today's model, but the magazine says there will also be a crossover-coupe and an extended-length variant.
The latter model has reportedly been developed for the United States and is rumored to be approximately 550mm (22 inches) longer than the standard Tiguan. It is expected to have three rows of seats and be positioned as an affordable alternative to the Touareg.
Engine options remain a mystery, but speculation suggests they will include the usual TSI and TDI units as well as a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
Note: Volkswagen Cross Coupe concept pictured