How to remove the grille from your VW Tiguan
Volkswagen’s Tiguan SUV is a hybrid vehicle that is a little bit different from other luxury sedans in the market.
The Tiguan is one of the few vehicles to feature an electric motor, and its unique engine architecture makes it very capable of handling the extreme heat generated by high-temperature combustion.
The result of that is that the Tiguan’s grille can be removed to reveal the engine compartment.
There is no need to remove it in order to remove its engine, which means you can have the vehicle with its engine completely removed for some fun activities like the ultimate high-speed road trip.
To remove the engine, simply remove the door from the rear of the vehicle, pull the steering wheel inward, and then rotate the front wheels a bit to remove their rear wheel arches.
The door will still be there, so just pop the rear door off to reveal a new set of wheels.
Once the rear wheels are removed, remove the passenger compartment.
This compartment is quite small, so we recommend doing so with a hand-held vacuum cleaner.
Once it’s closed, pull up the door, open the trunk, and put it back into the car.
Now the Tigua is complete!
You can remove the front grille, rear roof spoiler, and even the roof rack and it’s all done in a snap.
This is one case where it’s important to have a hand vacuum to remove grilles and the back end of the hood.
The hood is removable too, so you can just remove it and let the water out of the car as it’s a little noisy.