Volkswagen to unveil updated Tiguan Allspace on May 12 Car News

Volkswagen is gearing up for the launch of the updated Tiguan Allspace, which will get an exterior redesign and new driver assistance and infotainment systems.

Due to be revealed in its entirety on May 12, the updated seven-seat SUV will likely follow the standard five-seat Tiguan in receiving a number of design changes, mostly focused on its front end.

In the fall of 2020, the production Tiguan received new LED lights at the standard front and rear, in addition to a new front bumper with enlarged air intakes and a larger grille. prominent.

A Tiguan R performance model has also been added to the lineup. However, that or the powertrain upgrades are unlikely to be made to the Allspace, as the elongated long-wheelbase Tiguan puts more emphasis on comfort and practicality.

It’s also unclear whether the Allspace will be offered with the new eHybrid PHEV powertrain, given that its battery is mounted under the trunk floor in the standard Tiguan.

What the new Allspace will certainly gain, however, is a series of new technologies to bring it more in line with newer models, such as the Touareg. Although Volkswagen has yet to specify any upgrades precisely, customers of the new Allspace can expect “new control and assistance systems.”

Assuming the Allspace takes after the regular Tiguan, it’s likely a version of Volkswagen’s updated IQ Drive Travel Assist system, which offers enhanced driver assistance capabilities.

Finally, Volkswagen will also improve the infotainment of the larger Tiguan, adding a wide range of online services and functions.

The Tiguan Allspace will be built at two different sites. The Tiguan L, as it is known in China, will be manufactured in Shanghai, while the Volkswagen plant in Puebla, Mexico, will build the Allspace for the United States and Europe.

Volkswagen has yet to reveal pricing, but we expect these to follow closely the current Allspace, which starts at £ 29,370 in the UK.


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This notice was published: 2021-05-06 14:52:46