VW has announced that the next Tiguan will be built and Mexico and that a three-row version of its mid-size SUV will be available.
To do this, VW has had to invest nearly R13 billion in its Puebla factory. This investment will likely pay off, because VW hopes the factory will produce up to 500 Tiguans per day.
The all-new Tiguan’s production is set to start sometime in 2016. Though no images have been leaked or released yet, we expect the overall design to resemble to CrossBlue concept VW released two years ago.