The VW Tiguan Allspace is a long-wheel-drive version of the conventional Tiguan, offered in most non-US markets with only a seven-seater, three-row configuration. However, Australia has just received a new special edition called the Tiguan Allspace Adventure, which will release a third row for additional cargo space, as well as an additional set for adventure seekers.
Starting with the most important feature of the Allspace Adventure, the cargo capacity is 760 liters (26.8 cubic feet) in all five-seater seats, which is 60 liters (2.1 cubic feet) more than the seven-seater Allspace. configuration since the third line was removed.
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The model is visually similar to any other Allspace, betraying the 2,791mm (109.9-inch) wheelbase with longer rear doors. The Adventure finish features a set of 17-inch Dublin alloy wheels with high-profile tires, LED headlights and taillights, and a black casing at the bottom of the body.
Respecting its name, the SUV is equipped with a 180-amp generator and a large-capacity battery, suitable for charging devices during camping, as well as underground protection for additional protection. VW also offers accessories such as snow chains, mats for any weather, sunscreen, wear-resistant boots and cargo protection.
Standard equipment includes a steering wheel, sports suspension, three-zone climate control, heated seats covered with cloth, wireless phone charger, 10.25-inch Digital Cockpit Pro instrument cluster, as well as an 8-inch touchscreen for informational entertainment that supports wireless Android Auto and Android Auto screen is included. Apple CarPlay, navigation, voice and gesture control. Like other AU-specific Tiguans, the ADAS standard IQ.Drive kit provides adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistant, blind spot control, and more. includes.
Adventure finish only 217 hp. (162 kW / 220 PS) and a maximum 2.0-liter TSI four-cylinder gasoline engine with a maximum turbocharged torque of 350 Nm (258 lb-ft). Power is transmitted to all four wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and the VW 4Motion system.
The VW Tiguan Allspace Adventure is designed for the Australian market, offering 1,000 units from August 2022. The special edition costs AUD $ 51,990 ($ 37,428), which makes it cheaper than the seven-seater Elegance and R-Line finishes. the same engine.
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