The Volkswagen Tiguan facelift lineup is now joined by a long-wheelbase model, officially known as Tiguan Allspace. The Allspace is, of course, the European version of the U.S.-spec 2022 Tiguan we saw earlier today. In Germany, it’ll be available in Life, Elegance and R-Line trims.
Of course, the photos here feature the R-Line. The styling revisions, especially at the front, have made the Allspace longer by 22 mm to 4,723 mm. LED headlights come standard, while buyers can go for a fancy IQ.LIGHT LED Matrix headlights and an LED strip on the grille. Sweeping LED turn signals are another new feature. Up to 20-inch wheels are available depending on the trim.
Depending on the trim, features inside include a Digital Cockpit Pro, a multifunction leather-wrapped steering wheel with touch controls, a full-color Head-Up Display, wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity, 3-zone climate control, and IQ.DRIVE Travel Assist that relies on systems including Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Assist. Options include a Harman Kardon premium audio system.
The third row is optional and can be folded like the backrest of the second row. The 5-seater claims to offer a luggage compartment volume of up to 1,920 litres, while the 7-seater claims up to 1,755 litres.
As for the juicy bits, three TSI and two TDI variants will be available, with 7-speed DSG and 4Motion AWD options. VW is yet to announce further details but just said that “pre-sales will start in the next few weeks”.