As the facelifted version of the Volkswagen Tiguan fast approaches our shores, a new Wolfsburg Edition has been announced for the seven-seat Allspace.
Volkswagen has announced a limited run of the Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg Edition which is set to arrive in Australia with a starting price of $59,990, before on-road costs.
Named after Volkswagen’s historical home in Germany, the Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg Edition builds on the existing R-Line styling package with an expansive black package that includes mirrors, front lower grille, window surrounds and 20-inch Suzuka alloy wheels.
The Wolfsburg Edition utilises the Tiguan’s Golf R-derived two-litre turbocharged petrol engine making 162kW of power and 350Nm of torque, which is coupled to a seven-speed DSG and fed to an all-wheel-drive system.
Despite the Tiguan’s 1,769kg weight, that powertrain is more than enough to slingshot the SUV from 0 to 100km/h in a sprightly 6.8 seconds.
Volkswagen also includes a heads-up display in the Wolfsburg Edition while the R-Line package includes a host of internal upgrades such as a Dynaudio sound system, digital driver’s display and 360-degree camera.
Volkswagen has previously offered a Wolfsburg Edition of the regular five-seater Tiguan which has long since sold out.
The Wolfsburg Edition starts at $59,990 (before on-road costs) but buyers can also option a panoramic sunroof for an extra $2,000 and metallic paint for $800.
Buyers can preorder the Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg Edition either online or at their local dealerships ahead of its arrival in June.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
Tiguan 110TSI Trendline: $34,990
Tiguan 110TSI Comfortline: $39,490
Tiguan 132TSI Comfortline: $43,990
Tiguan 162TSI Highline: $51,690
Tiguan Allspace 110TSI Comfortline: $40,990
Tiguan Allspace 132TSI Comfortline: $45,490
Tiguan Allspace 162TSI Highline: $53,190
Tiguan Allspace 140TDI Highline: $54,690
Tiguan Allspace 162TSI Wolfsburg Edition: $59,990
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