Volkswagen is suffering from a major shortage of drivers in the trucking industry. This is because it’s not so easy to realize who can handle the job. Only so many people are truck drivers, who are qualified to work for the fuel and petroleum sector, without having already been ridiculously tough. Certain drivers need to be cautious and careful and more specific about the type of distractions they may come across at some point. The same source had this to say: “These drivers… have to certainly have really, really good safety records and that makes them hard to come by.”
The Volkswagen Tiguan does the job.
When you spot the Tiguan going around, you may have noticed that it’s renewing and refreshing it’s own shelf-life. This may be because there has been additional tech and an expansive color palette since then. Other new additions to this edition include front fenders, revised headlights and a brand new fascia. Surely, this styling changing is subtle yet more in your face than previous models.
The styling having a refresh does look great, though it may do little to uphold those sales Volkswagen so desperately wants to uphold. Therefore, the driver has an eight-inch screen that feeds in through the Digital Cockpit. There’s likelihood to increase towards a 10-inch screen. This is in favor of opting for the Digital Cockpit Pro. In which Volkswagen also has to add a suite of driver assistance on all Tiguans except the base model. That’s just how Volkswagen operates. Don’t be mad. The IQ.Drive is a system that can include a forward-collision warning system, adapting cruise control and blind-spot monitoring.
Underneath? Volkswagen has a 2.0-liter inline-4 with 184 horsepower as well as 221 lb-ft of torque. This is almost entirely the same as the outgoing model. So with that logic, of course the four-cylinder can be standard all over the board and likely to mate with an eight-speed automatic transmission.