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Special family SUV breaks cover: Volkswagen introduces blacked-out Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg three-row SUV to rival Mitsubishi Outlander and Kia Sorento

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Wolfsburg brings back the black
Wolfsburg brings back the black

Volkswagen Australia has brought back its Wolfsburg badge not seen since 2021 on the 2024 Tiguan Allspace three-row SUV. 

First seen on the 2015 Golf R, the Wolfsburg badge has appeared on sporty versions of VW products including Tiguan and Touareg. 

The blacked-out Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg 162TSI is priced from $63,990 before on-road costs.

It's mostly a black pack applied to the SUV powered by the Australian favourite 162kW/350Nm 162TSI engine with all-wheel drive and seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The Wolfsburg is available in four colours: Deep black pearl, Platinum grey and Pyrite silver with Oryx white pearl an extra $900. 

With 20-inch alloy wheels, black roof rails, mirror caps and rear privacy class, the Allspace Wolfsburg’s exterior is finished with a newly designed badge. 

The Tiguan Allspace’s Sound and Vision package includes Harman Kardon sound system and 360-degree camera, while tyre pressure monitoring is also standard.

The Wolfsburg is based on the 162TSI R-Line.
The Wolfsburg is based on the 162TSI R-Line.

These features complement black leather upholstery, a 9.2-inch multimedia touchscreen, keyless entry and R-Line body kit of the standard 162 TSI R-Line ($60,590 before on-road costs).

The Wolfsburg features $3650 worth of extras in raw options, with the unique black pack its main selling point over the chrome-heavy R-Line.

A panoramic sunroof costs an additional $2100 and is the only option.

Inside there's black leather upholstery to match.
Inside there's black leather upholstery to match.

The Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg has seating for seven and is a rival for the Mitsubishi Outlander and Kia Sorento. It comes after Volkswagen dropped Allspace pricing to bring it in line with the two-room Tiguan.

Volkswagen has an allocation of 1000 Tiguan Allspace Wolfsburg editions available to order now.

John Law
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Born in Sydney’s Inner West, John wasn’t treated to the usual suite of Aussie-built family cars growing up, with his parents choosing quirky (often chevroned) French motors that shaped his love of cars. The call of motoring journalism was too strong to deny and in 2019 John kickstarted his career at Chasing Cars. A move to WhichCar and Wheels magazine exposed him to a different side of the industry and the glossy pages of physical magazines. John is back on the digital side of things at CarsGuide, where he’s taken up a role as Deputy News Editor spinning yarns about the latest happenings in the automotive industry. When he isn’t working, John can be found tooling around in either his 2002 Renault Clio Sport 172 or 1983 Alfasud Gold Cloverleaf.  
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