The Tiguan Allspace is 215mm longer than the regular Tiguan and the wheelbase has been expanded by 110mm as well. The extended wheelbase adds an extra 60mm of legroom in the rear and an added 115 litres of boot space.
On the outside, the Allspace looks similar to the standard Tiguan, with a different grille and bonnet, along with larger rear side windows and a longer roofline.
The interiors of the SUV remain the same except for when the optional row of seats is added.
Under the lightly tweaked bonnet is the usual set of three petrol and three diesel engines from the standard Tiguan range. The engines are mated to the usual set of manual or DSG automatic gearboxes.
The Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace will go on sale in Europe in the second half of 2017 and will command a premium over the regular Tiguan SUV.