Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace gets styling and tech updates
Volkswagen’s long-wheelbase Tiguan Allspace has had a makeover, including updated styling and increased technology.
As with the revisions to the standard Tiguan in autumn 2020, the Allspace receives an updated front-end with a revised grille, updated badge and the option of interactive IQ.Light LED matrix headlights.
Volkswagen’s IQ.Drive Travel Assist is also available for the first time in the Tiguan Allspace – which accounts for 55% of all Tiguan sales globally. It provides semi-autonomous driving assistance at speeds up to 130mph (210km/h), making use of adaptive cruise and standard-fit lane assist.
The Tiguan Allspace also gets new touch controls for the standard three-zone automatic air conditioning, instead of the previous rotary knobs and buttons. A number of new infotainment systems are also available and the integrated eSim enables access to VW’s We Connect and We Connect Plus services. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is now wireless. Options include a full-colour head-up display and Harman Kardon premium sound system
Engine line-up covers three TSI petrols and two TDI diesels, with a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox and optional 4Motion all-wheel drive available. A Trailer Assist system is on the options list and maximum trailer weight is up to 2.5 tonnes with all-wheel drive.
As before, the Allspace is available as a five- or seven-seater, bringing luggage space of 760 to 1,920 litres and 700 to 1,755 litres respectively. Like the second row, the optional seats in the third row can be folded over, dropping into the boot to create an even loading area.
Pre-sales start in the next few weeks. Specification and pricing details are still to be announced.