Highlights of the new Tiguan Allspace
- Popular long version of the Tiguan. More than 1.5 million vehicles sold globally since launch in 2017
- More efficient, more forward-looking, more connected. New assist and infotainment systems for the Tiguan Allspace
- Assisted driving. Travel Assist supports the Tiguan Allspace during steering, braking and accelerating, at speeds of up to 210 km/h
- Connectivity. Modular infotainment matrix (MIB3) brings
- the We Connect online services to the Tiguan Allspace
- IQ.LIGHT – LED matrix headlights. Interactive light control for the best vision, highest level of convenience and improved safety
- Fresh look. New front with illuminated radiator grille bar
- New specification matrix. Life, Elegance and R-Line replace previous equipment lines
- Seven-seater or spacious sensation. Variable interior with third seat row (optional) and plentiful space for passengers and luggage
- Turbocharged diesel engines with twin dosing. High-torque 2.0 TDI
- Engines (110 and 147 kW) with low nitrogen oxide emissions
- 1.5 TSI with Active Cylinder Management (ACT). Active Cylinder Management reduces consumption and emissions of the TSI with 110 kW
- Powerful 2.0 TSI. Turbocharged direct petrol injection engines with 140 and 180 kW
- Automatic air conditioner fitted as standard. Touch panels provide new way of operating Air Care Climatronic
New-generation assist and convenience systems, smart infotainment, highly efficient drives and plenty of space for up to seven people or up to 1,920 litres of luggage. With an extensive range of equipment on board, the Tiguan Allspace is the perfect companion for families – a modern, versatile SUV with front-wheel drive or intelligent 4MOTION all-wheel drive. Ever since the Tiguan went into production, this extraordinarily talented best-selling model from Volkswagen has been dominating its segment. From the time of the product line’s launch in 2007 up to the end of March 2021, almost 6.4 million units have hit the road. In 2017, the Long Wheel Base or LWB version of the Tiguan was introduced and since then more than 1.5 million of these have been sold. The LWB version is very popular among international customers, as is demonstrated by the fact that more than half (around 55%) of all Tiguans sold worldwide are now the longer XL model. With the update of the compact Tiguan in autumn 2020, progressive new drive, assist and infotainment systems were integrated in the product line.
Innovations in all areas. New, advanced assist systems like Travel Assist (assisted driving up to 210 km/h) ensure that passengers in the new Tiguan Allspace reach their destination in comfort and ensure an even more relaxed journey. With its third-generation modular infotainment matrix (MIB3), Volkswagen provides optimum connectivity and a comprehensive range of online services. The controls for the Air Care Climatronic have been completely redesigned. The system is now operated using illuminated touch panels.
Cleaner and more efficient. Offering both power and efficiency, the engine range for the Tiguan Allspace is sure to inspire. The 2.0-litre turbocharged direct diesel injection engines (TDI) providing 110 kW (150 PS) and 147 kW (200 PS) are linked to a dual SCR catalytic converter with twin AdBlue injection (twin dosing). Nitrogen oxide emissions are reduced by up to 80 percent thanks to this twin dosing system. It has also been possible to significantly lower the CO2 emissions of the engines, whilst at the same time optimising responsiveness. The three turbocharged direct petrol injection engines (TSI) available for the Tiguan Allspace are likewise highly efficient.
The 1.5-litre TSI with 110 kW (150 PS) and a 6-speed manual gearbox (7-speed DSG optional) includes the Active Cylinder Management system (ACT). The two 2.0 TSIs are paired with a 7-speed DSG and transmit 140 kW (190 PS) or 180 kW (245 PS) of power to all four wheels as standard. All new Tiguan Allspace models comply with the strict Euro 6d-ISC-FCM emission standard.
New front end design. Due to its redesigned front, the Tiguan Allspace has now grown by 27 mm to a length of 4,728 mm (R-Line: 4 726 mm), while the interior measurements are unchanged. The most striking change to the exterior is the revamped front section, which has a new design, but remains distinctive. For the first time, the Tiguan Allspace now features IQ.LIGHT with LED matrix headlights. The poor weather light is now integrated in the LED headlights with LED daytime running lights, which come as standard. The radiator grille bears the newly designed, two-dimensional Volkswagen emblem. On either side of this, an illuminated strip in the radiator grille adds a striking visual note. With its new front featuring a prominent radiator grille and elegant signature, the Tiguan Allspace exudes premium quality.
Eight exterior colours. Tiguan Allspace customers have a large range of colours to choose from: there are now eight high-quality paintwork options, including the basic option Pure White. Also available are Atlantic Blue Metallic, Petroleum Blue Metallic, Platinum Grey Metallic, Pyrite Silver Metallic and Deep Black Pearl-Effect, as well as new additions Oryx White mother-of-pearl-effect and King’s Red Metallic. Rounding off the exterior update are the new 18-inch, ten-spoke Frankfurt alloy wheels.
New specification matrix. Volkswagen has reconfigured the equipment matrix of the Tiguan Allspace. In future, the SUV will be available in the versions Life, Elegance and R-Line in Germany, and there will be an additional, entry-level version for the European market. All new lines boast even better equipment than their equivalent predecessors. The Tiguan Allspace’s standard equipment in the German market now includes a new multifunction leather steering wheel, Digital Cockpit Pro with a selection of info profiles, Light Assist main-beam control, an infotainment system with a display measuring at least 8 inches, mobile online services, Park Distance Control with acoustic warnings for obstacles at both front and rear, Adaptive Cruise Control ACC with speed limiter, Driver Alert System, Lane Assist lane keeping system and Front Assist Autonomous Emergency Braking.
MIB3 and App-Connect Wireless. The new version of the Tiguan Allspace boasts a number of new infotainment systems (new-generation MIB3) that are linked up to a wide range of online services. An Online Connectivity Unit (OCU) with integrated eSIM allows users to benefit from the online services of We Connect (set up for an unlimited usage period) and We Connect Plus (set up for free use for one or three years in Europe). Depending on the equipment level, the MIB3 systems are supplemented with features such as natural voice control, access to streaming services (e.g. Apple Music™), and cloud-based personalisation thanks to user recognition via the Volkswagen ID. Additionally, apps can now be integrated wirelessly via App-Connect Wireless for Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.
Harman Kardon sound system. Volkswagen has worked with audio specialist Harman Kardon to develop a new premium sound system which is optional for the Tiguan Allspace. A subwoofer, a digital 16-channel amplifier, 8 plus 1 high-performance loudspeakers and an amplifier with a 480-watt total output ensure everyone in the vehicle enjoys high-end sound, wherever they are seated. The crystal-clear treble and deep, rich bass make for a superlative audio experience, as do the four audio profiles, surround mode and razor-sharp speech reproduction.