Last year Volkswagen unveiled the updated second-generation Tiguan in a standard version. Now the turn of restyling has come to the extended version of the Tiguan Allspace.
Since its first launch in 2007, the Tiguan has grown from a rookie to one of the most popular crossovers in its class. One of the factors behind this success was the 2017 launch of the Tiguan Allspace, which was 22 centimeters longer than the regular Tiguan. Since then, around 1.5 million vehicles have been sold worldwide in this configuration, but unlike the original model, the extended version has not yet been updated.
The premiere of the restyled Tiguan Allspace is scheduled for May 12. Volkswagen said that in addition to the redesigned exterior, the extended Allspace will also boast advanced technical features such as a new help system, an expanded list of online services and functions in the MIB3 media system. At the same time, the optional third row of seats will remain, allowing up to 7 people to be seated in the cabin.
Pre-styling Tiguan Allspace
An extended version of Allspace will be released in various locations. The Tiguan L will be built in Shanghai, while the Tiguan LWB will be built with the Tiguan Allspace for Europe and North America and South America in Puebla, Mexico.