The Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace facelift has been teased ahead of its debut on May 12, 2021. The teaser provides a glimpse of the SUV’s rear, side and tail-lamp design.
- Styling changes expected to be in-line with the regular Tiguan
- Engine option for global markets likely to be carried forward unchanged
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace facelift: What we know
As mentioned above, the teaser shows the car from a rear-side angle giving us a look at the car’s basic profile, prominent shoulder line and tail-lamps. The most notable change in the teaser are the tail-lamps, which feature new LED patterning in-line with the Tiguan facelift that made its debut for international markets last year.
Overall, one could expect cosmetic changes to be similar to the standard Tiguan, with bits such as revised bumpers, a new front grille and re-shaped headlamps. Volkswagen has said that the Allspace “has received the same treatment (as the standard Tiguan) and now dazzles with a sharper look, digital cockpit and comprehensive connectivity.”
Moving to the cabin, the carmaker has confirmed that the updated Allspace will get new “control and assist systems” along with a “wide range of online-based services and functions” from the carmaker’s latest MIB3 infotainment system. One can also expect cosmetic changes such as revised switchgear and control surfaces similar to the regular Tiguan.
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace facelift: Engine details
Little is known about any changes to the engine line-up, though one could expect the existing engines to be carried forward. Additionally while the standard Tiguan got a new sportier R variant with the facelift, it remains to be seen if its longer sibling will receive the same.
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace facelift: India launch
The Tiguan Allspace is still relatively new to the market, having been launched in March last year and imported into India as a CBU. Currently priced at Rs 34.20 lakh (ex-showroom, India), there is no confirmation on if and when the updated three-row SUV will come here.