In the coming months, the German carmaker will be introducing the all-new Volkswagen Taigun SUV. The Firm dropped a promotional video featuring its silhouette and a few outside specifics in anticipation of the official price launch. The video also reveals that by 2021 Taigun will enter the roads. The brand will be the first to be built on the India-specific platform MQB A0 IN and will be part of the Indian 2.0 initiative of the Volkswagen Group.
- Will mark the entrance of Volkswagen into the SUV segment
- It is likely to be launch in early 2021
The new model of the Skoda Vision IN SUV concept, which is based on the MQB A0 design, will also be sponsored by the VW community at the beginning of 2021. It will be a very located platform adaptable to both the Indian environment and consumer needs.
Volkswagen depends on its forthcoming so-called SUV line-up excessively. In the early 12 months, the German carmaker launched the T-Roc already and is now preparing for the Taigun in the coming months. On its Social Media site, the company released a promotional video of the upcoming SUV, which we announced.
The brand gives us an insight into what we can expect from the coming SUV in the common video. Taigun is assisted by the latest Indian MQB A0 IN platform from the car-maker and is strongly localized to retain costs under control. The Taigun is attached to a two-layered vertical grille by wide squared-off headlamps. The fog lights and skid plates are in an offensive appearance. The car is mounted on a convenient set of 17-inch diamond alloy wheels. The rear quarter glass graphics improve the visual attractiveness of the vehicle. With tail lights on the boot line, the rear appears distinct.
Within the Taigun cabin, the outside of the dashboard and portal panels is likely to have body-colored inserts. Other highlights planned include a digital instrument cluster, automatic temperature control, a new entertainment system, and multifunctional controls with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The power is produced by the planned 1,5-liter TSI gasoline engine with a 148-bhp output and a top torque of 250Nm with a manual and a 7-speed DSG transmission. In the next few months, it will be launched against the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Tata Harrier, and MG Hector “as reported by www.carwale.com”.