Volkswagen has introduced a bigger Tiguan called the Tiguan Allspace.
The new Tiguan Allspace fills in the gap between compact Tiguan and Touareg. With a wheelbase of the Tiguan Allspace being 109 mm longer compared to the normal Tiguan, the Allspace has a luggage capacity of 760 litres and has the option to have seven seats.
The Tiguan Allspace is available either as on-road and off-road version. An optional off-road pack along with an engine underbody protection improves the off-roading capabilities. Roof rails will come as standard.
Additional standard spec of the Trendline base version includes Composition Colour Media System with connectivity package, trapezoidal trims integrated into the diffuser, multifunction steering wheel and a variable cargo floor.
Up the range goes to Comfortline which comes with electrically operated tailgate as standard. Highline comes with all mention with the Comfortline along with full-LED headlights and Keyless Access locking and starting system.
The Tiguan Allspace will come with six different engines starting with a 150 PS reaching up to 240 PS. DSG and 4Motion comes as standard from 180 PS.
Prices are expected to start from around £26,000 with orders being taken in May. The Tiguan Allspace is set to arrive in September.