The Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace is ready to renew itself, with the restyling will be unveiled in preview on May 12 to kick off the presales in the following weeks.
In the wake of the standard Tiguan update that debuted last fall, the long-wheelbase version of the German SUV also evolves with a design refresh and the introduction of a series of advanced technical innovations, including new control systems and assistance, as well as services and connectivity features on board with the arrival of the infotainment system on the MIB3 platform.
A few days before the presentation, the new VW Tiguan Allspace offers us a taste of the renewed look with a teaser image showing part of the rear of the full-size SUV. The photo shows us the new light signature on the tail, in line with that of the new Tiguan, with the modern configuration of the LED light elements that have been integrated into the large lights that extend over the tailgate and part of the side.
Sharper Design and Spacious
With the new restyling, the Tiguan Allspace, which debuted in 2017 with a 22 cm longer wheelbase than the Tiguan, will offer an even sharper design, digital cockpit, and complete connectivity.
All this combined with more space, comfort, and versatility thanks to a trunk up to 1,920 liters of cargo volume and the possibility of having the third row of seats becoming a 7-seater SUV.
It will be produced in the Mexican plant in Puebla
The new Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, which makes a decisive contribution to the model’s success (55% of the Tiguan models produced are long wheelbases), will be produced in two different plants.
The Tiguan L for the Chinese market will be produced in Shanghai, while the Tiguan LWB versions for North and South America and the Tiguan Allspace for Europe will be produced in Puebla, Mexico.