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restyling for the 7-seater SUV

After retouching its Tiguan last year, Volkswagen is also putting its Tiguan Allspace through the restyling box. Find out what that changes for the 7-seater SUV.

That’s it, it’s the turn of the Tiguan Allspace, the 7-seater SUV from Volkswagen to go through the restyling box.

With nearly1.5 million copies sold since 2017, this large SUV has enjoyed some success with a worldwide clientele, with production all over the world: in Germany, China, India, Mexico and even Russia.

A design that evolves smoothly

Regarding the changes, at the level of the front face, the Allspace version adopts the same face as the recently restyled Tiguan with in particular IQ.LIGHT matrix LED lights

. There is also a thin LED strip that goes from each side of the logo on the grille.

For the rear part, the stylistic progression is much more discreet: there is a LED rearrangement inside the lights and the appearance of dummy tailpipes on either side of the rear bumper.

On board, the interior changes little and remains in the vein of the previous version. The only real noticeable change is the touch-sensitive climate control which makes its appearance. Exit therefore the physical buttons on the dashboard, which becomes almost entirely tactile.

The overall design changes little therefore, and Volkswagen remains on a recipe that works.

Several diesel and gasoline engines

In terms of engines, we find two 2.0l TDI’s 150 and 200 hp.

In essence, customers have the choice between three blocks equipped with a turbocharger. There is a “small” 4-cylinder 1.5l 150 hp associated with a 6-speed manual gearbox, and two 2.0l TSI 190 and 245 hp.

In addition, the two most powerful blocks are associated with the intelligent 4Motion all-wheel drive and the 7-speed DSG automatic transmission.

A new driving aid

This restyled Tiguan Allspace also benefits from the semi-autonomous driving system Travel Assist. Coupled with the automatic transmission, this device takes over the control of braking, acceleration and steering.

Offered in four trim levels (Tiguan, Life, Elegance and R-Line), the new Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace will be available for sale before the end of 2021.

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