2012 VW Tiger-Iguana Mash-Up Available in European

The 2011 Geneva Motor Show is still the official place where this vehicle will make its debut, but starting now European customers can begin ordering the 2012 Volkswagen Tiguan compact SUV. Yes, the Tiguan, that's a combo of Tiger and Iguana, is coming to European shores after VW made this announcement and released a set of official pictures. The price of this nimble crossbreed is in the neighborhood of €24,175 ($32,836).

The Trend & Fun trim whose price we just quoted, comes loaded with a 120-horsepower 1.4-liter four-cylinder TSI engine. Besides these specs, no other details have been released, especially about the Tiguan's U.S. launch date and pricing. In the meantime, enjoy the pictures.

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