The Tiguan is the most successful SUV “Made in Germany”. Half a million people opt for this all-round vehicle each year. The second generation of the SUV came onto the market in 2016.
Now, Volkswagen has come up with something even more – the new Tiguan Allspace, an independent variation of the bestseller with a 109mm longer wheelbase and 215mm additional exterior length. It provides the space for more passengers, more luggage and even more versatility, plus a 5+2-seat option.
The new VW SUV fills the space between the familiar “classic” Tiguan and the upper-range Touareg. Therefore, the Tiguan Allspace, boasting up to 760 litres of luggage capacity, also appeals as a charismatic alternative to all those motorists and families who previously had to rely on a van because of the amount of space required. When the Tiguan Allspace is loaded to roof height up to the seatbacks of the first row, its storage capacity is an impressive 1920 litres.
The Tiguan and the new Tiguan Allspace were developed at the same time. Accordingly, the two body versions consistently exhibit a confident stance on wheels sized at least 17 inches. The bonnet and silhouette show deliberate parallels to another new VW SUV, the Atlas developed for the USA.
Just like the “classic” Tiguan, the Tiguan Allspace is also available with on-road and off-road versions of the front section.The latter can be ordered with an optional “off-road package” together with special engine underbody protection that extends to the bumper for off-road driving. The off-road front section improves the vehicle’s approach angle by 7 degrees.
Every Tiguan Allspace is equipped with roof rails as standard. The roof itself was also redesigned, with striking structural lines used for the first time instead of a smooth roof surface, in homage to classic SUVs.