It has only been more than a year since Volkswagen launched its three-row Tiguan Allspace SUV in the UK in March 2020. A year later, the German car giant is ready to develop a facelift version of the 7-seater SUV when he officially broke the cover on May 12.
Volkswagen shared a teaser image of the Tiguan Allspace 2021 facelift that does not reveal the changes it has undergone. As can be seen from the image shared by the car manufacturer, the design of the taillights remains similar to its predecessor. Even the fold in the profile of the page is not new.
However, there will be some design improvements to the new Tiguan Allspace, along with advanced technical features such as new control and assistance systems. You will probably borrow many items from the next facelift version of your 5-seater avatar – the Tiguan SUV. The new Tiguan SUV was recently introduced by Volkswagen in the UK.
Due to the design changes in Tiguan’s face lift SUV, the new Tiguan Allspace can also run new chrome lines along the entire radiator grille, flanked by Volkswagen IQ LED headlights. Glossy technology
Volkswagen notes that the Tiguan will also have a renewed system for opening the trunk hands-free, which will be used in the intermediate configurations of the SUV, which has the electrical mechanism to move the shelf lid. After completing the visual upgrade package, VW has also prepared new visual standards for alloy wheels, which are traditionally produced during a half-cycle facelift.
Tiguan Allspace 2021 is also expected to include the MIB3 multimedia system, a digital booth as a standard feature in the SUV. The model, sold in India, features an 8-inch touch screen infotainment system. The face wash version of the SUV also includes an optional 10.25 inch display.
The new Tiguan Allspace will probably be powered by the same engines as its predecessor. However, Volkswagen is likely to introduce new features such as Travel Assist. The function is partially automated driving with the functions of adaptive cruise control and lane exit support.
Volkswagen has said it will manufacture Tiguan Allspace facelift in two different locations. Tiguan L for the Chinese market is manufactured in Shanghai, while Tiguan Long Wheelbase versions for North and South America and Tiguan Allspace for Europe are manufactured in Puebla, Mexico.
Finally, Volkswagen will also improve Tiguan’s largest infotainment and add a wide range of online services and features. Volkswagen hasn’t announced any prices yet, but we expect them to be relatively close to the current Allspace, which starts at £29,400 in the UK.