Tiguan eHybrid Life
Available from stock only
The new Tiguan eHybrid is a plug-in hybrid with an electric motor and TSI petrol engine. The vehicle starts in virtually silent, electric-only mode, producing zero local emissions. When the hybrid mode is activated using the driving profile selection, the 1.4-litre four-cylinder combustion engine combines with the 85 kW (115 PS) electric motor to reach a boost system performance of 180 kW (245 PS). Let your new Tiguan decide how best to combine its two drives for optimum performance, making longer journeys more efficient or using the combined power to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 7.5 seconds.
With a purely electric range of up to 30 miles (Life trim) – measured using the new WLTP method – your new Tiguan eHybrid is proof that efficient mobility is no longer a vision of the future, even off-road, thanks to plug-in hybrid technology. And on top of that, it’s virtually silent in e mode and produces zero local emissions.
A special highlight is the interplay between the navigation system and drive management in hybrid mode. When you start the vehicle and enter your destination into the navigation system whilst in hybrid mode, it will optimise the interaction of the combustion engine and electric motor for the entire duration of your journey, making the most efficient use of both drives. This results in optimum fuel consumption and extends the electric range to the maximum.
The eHybrid drive is available in the Life, Elegance and R-Line equipment lines, where extensive comfort and design highlights like the innovative 3D-LED tail light cluster with dynamic turn signal (standard on Life & Elegance trims only), the Digital Cockpit Pro and the Discover Media navigation system comprising streaming & internet are all standard.
In addition, the Life, Elegance and R-Line equipment lines offer further options such as;
An extended selection of paint finishes
Diverse interior options with various colours and materials
It’s easy to charge your new Tiguan eHybrid. Just connect the charging cable to a socket at home or to a wall box. such as our ID. Charger. Using the latter will mean that the lithium-ion battery is fully charged after about 3 hours 40 mins (3.6kW). And if you’re not at home, there are over 100,000 charging stations available throughout Europe where you have cash-free and contact-free payment options.