Volkswagen had rolled out the Tiguan SUV in India back in 2017 and they came with a promise of a refined drive experience coupled with a premium cabin which would back it up with. The German car maker, which is renowned for always bringing out a solid product, aims to raise the bar with the Tiguan AllSpace.
There will be an additional 110 mm in its wheelbase over the Tiguan and the Tiguan AllSpace could well fit the bill as far as the name is concerned. It also aims to add the third-row seats with the bid to make if a more practical option for people moving around with larger families.
There are three rows and now, there is also 230 litres of luggage space which goes up to a more-than-generous 700 litres if you put down the last-row seats.
The leather seats, powered-driver seat as well as the three-zone climate control are more features that are on expected lines. The back of the front seats also offer fold-away trays and this accounts for a more airline-like experience. Now, there are a number of misses and these include ventilated seats as well as air purification system.
Now, if we raise our heads and look up, we will see a massive panoramic sunroof that has replaced the roof of the car. The natural light accentuates the already classy look and well, the sun light enhances the look superbly.
As far as safety is concerned, the Tiguan AllSpace does not make heads turn and it comes with seven airbags, front and rear parking sensors, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Electronic Stabilisation Program (ESP), Park Assist, among several other highlights.
Although, it will be rolled out as an SUV, but this AllSpace is clearly European in how it looks and feels. It has a wagon-like appearance along with a slight dash of chrome that is carefully incorporated. Also, there is the square-shaped head lights, the twin horizontal-lined front grille, and a bumper with the honeycomb design element - all these features only reaffirm that this is without a doubt, a robust Volkswagen.