Volkswagen has announced the company will reveal a seven-seat version of the Tiguan at next month’s Detroit Auto Show. In Europe the seven-seater will be referred to as the Allspace, but the vehicle will be on sale in North America, Europe and China by summer 2017.
A few details of the new Tiguan have already been revealed. The wheelbase is supposedly 4.3-inches longer than the current Tiguan and the rear overhang is slightly larger as well, meaning there’s going to be more cargo room as well. Aside from the longer length, front and rear styling is supposed to be identical to the regular Tiguan.
Like the regular Tiguan, the Allspace variant will be build on VW’s MQB architecture and is expected to share its lineup of gas and diesel engines. Though you can be assured the diesel engines will not make their way to North America.