Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia has quietly rolled out an update for the Tiguan Comfortline, Tiguan Highline and Passat Highline, with all three models receiving a brand new infotainment system taken from the company’s MIB infotainment family.

This video details the new eight-inch Discover Media which equips the Tiguan Highline and Passat Highline. The Tiguan Comfortline, on the other hand, gets a Composition Media system that also measures eight-inch in size. The difference between the two is that Composition Media doesn’t come with integrated GPS navigation and a reverse camera, both of which are standard with the Discover Media.

As you can tell, the submenu buttons on each side of the display are gone (giving it a bezel-less look) and are replaced by touch-sensitive panels. It’s quick and mighty responsive as well, with great clarity and legibility in all lighting conditions. App-Connect, which grants Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink functionalities, is now standard for both the Discover Media and Composition Media units (previously a RM1,099 option for the Highline).

This upgrade comes at no cost, so the Tiguan 1.4 TSI Highline still retails for RM169,578, and the Tiguan 1.4 TSI Comfortline is priced at RM149,578. Watch the video to see exactly how it works, and share with us your thoughts in the comments section below. For a more detailed look at the Tiguan’s equipment and specifications, head over to