The upcoming Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace is set to debut on May 12th 2021.
Currently, the Tiguan is one of VW’s best selling vehicles, so the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace is extremely important to the brand. Overseas, the “Allspace” name simply refers to the long wheelbase Tiguan. In the U.S., we are only offered the long wheelbase, so there’s no reason for our market to use the “Allspace” name.
This upcoming Volkswagen Tiguan will get significant upgrades throughout. Both the interior and exterior will get an all-new look, and there will be serious packaging changes too. The same EA888 184 horsepower 2.0-liter turbo engine that makes 221 lb-ft of torque will remain in our models. It comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission driving either the front or (4Motion) all-wheel drive. Fortunately, we already have a pretty good idea on what’s coming based on Volkswagen’s own announcement last summer.
The bottom line is: we won’t get the fun version, but at least we will get an all-new Tiguan – sans 300+ horsepower versions.
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Remember how I referred to the Tiguan as being important to the automaker? Over six-million Volkswagen Tiguans have been sold worldwide since its introduction. This makes it one of the best selling vehicles in all of Volkswagen’s modern fleet. This may be why they are sticking to the same recipe for the U.S. market. Remember: we are one of their biggest customers.
Stay tuned as TFL Studios brings you up-to-date information about the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace!