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The Volkswagen Group had revealed its 'India 2.0' project, led by Skoda Auto, in 2018. A highlight of this project was that the group would be investing more than Rs. 8,000 crore towards the development of new vehicles that would be based on the Indian iteration of its international MQB A0 platform.

The first models to be spawned out of this MQB A0-IN platform would be mid-size Crossovers from Volkswagen and Skoda - the Taigun and the Kushaq respectively. Earlier this month, Skoda arranged a close preview of the Kushaq in Mumbai (click here to read report) and now, Volkswagen has revealed the production version of the Taigun in Goa. While the media got to see the car up close, unfortunately, clicking any pictures of the Taigun and the new Tiguan was prohibited. Also, as per the embargoed document signed for the event, we were restricted to use only the pictures that were provided by VW. This is an extremely strange situation which is unfortunate for readers, and we're still scratching our heads figuring out why? Further, it is VW's loss as the important new car will have limited exposure to the public at large if it's the same handful of pictures being circulated everywhere. Just compare the pictures below to that of our Kushaq report. Which keeps you more engaged? Regardless, GTO requested me to make the most of what's available, so here goes.

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Before we get started with the Taigun, let's talk about all the SUVs in Volkswagen's portfolio. Be honest, if you've had a tough time with understanding VWs obsession with 'T' and Skoda's obsession with 'K' and the platforms on which they are based, you're not alone. VW and Skoda SUVs are based on different iterations of the MQB platform, which is essentially scalable and allows them to make SUVs of different sizes according to the market requirement. The MQB platform is in its second generation. Some cars (on sale in global markets) like the Audi Q2, Volkswagen Passat and Skoda Superb, still using the first generation platform. The second generation of the MQB is the A-series and here is a list of SUVs that use this platform:

MQB A0 - Volkswagen T-Cross - Skoda Kamiq
MQB A0-IN - Volkswagen Taigun - Skoda Kushaq
MQB A1 - Volkswagen T-Roc - Skoda Karoq
MQB A2 - Volkswagen Tiguan (Allspace) - Skoda Kodiaq

Since this was just a brief preview, here is some information provided by VW along with my observations on the Taigun:

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• Slated for launch this festive season, the Taigun will be offered with 2 turbo-petrol engine options - a 1.0 TSI with 6-speed MT and AT transmissions and a 1.5 TSI with a 6-speed MT and 7-speed DSG. Basically the same as the Kushaq.

• The car will come in a front-wheel-drive configuration only. Not offering a diesel will be a major handicap as the two best-sellers in the segment (Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos) are available with diesel options, as are most competitors. Hyundai recently announced that 60% of Creta's sales are from the diesel.

• Localisation percentage of the Taigun will be at 95%, so we hope VW prices the Taigun competitively.

• There will be a 'GT' variant offered (shown in the pictures) that will have the 1.5 TSI engine making 148 BHP and 250 Nm.

• The non-'GT' variant will get the smaller 1.0 TSI engine that makes 113 BHP and 175 Nm.

• Some noteworthy features are - 6 airbags, ESC & Hill Hold Assist (standard across all variants), 3-point seatbelts for all passengers, ventilated seats, digital cockpit, 10-inch touchscreen, ambient lighting, auto headlamps and wipers.

• The car has a wheelbase of 2,651 mm which is longer than the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos (2,610 mm) and Jeep Compass (2,636 mm). In person, the car does look a size smaller than the Creta or the Seltos. Moreover, it doesn't feel as tall, which makes it look like a soft crossover than an SUV.

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• Panel gaps are consistent and the build quality is good too. While it may not be up there at Tiguan levels, it's satisfactory. I was expecting the build quality to be way better than the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos and while it is better, the Koreans aren't too far behind. The difference isn't stark.

• Up front, the car looks like a mini Tiguan which is a good thing. Styling is contemporary and the car looks good in the flesh. It carries the new VW badge on the grille. The LED projector headlamps have a nice design and get LED DRL strips at the top and turn-indicators below.

• The bumper has a wide air dam with a bold chrome strip that runs on it and around the fog lamps on either side. The chrome does feel loud, but most won't be bothered by it. You have a silver faux skid plate at the bottom.

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• On the sides, you'll notice that the car has plenty of straight creases that run from the front fenders to the tail-lights. These look great in person and make the car look sharp. It shows that there's effort gone into designing and building the car with precision. Typical VW stuff.

• Alloy wheel design isn't very eye-catching IMO, but it does the job. The 17-inch wheels are shod with 205/55 R17 tyres. Front wheels come with disc brakes and in the GT variant, you get red calipers. The rear wheels get drum brakes and all wheel wells have full plastic cladding.

• The fender adorns a GT badge, while the black applique on the B-pillar gets 'Volkswagen' embossed on it. What looks like a quarter glass on the C-pillar is actually just a piano black insert.

• The car on display had a black roof along with roof rails (not functional).

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• The tail-lamp stretches across the tailgate, which is very Dodge Charger-like (reference image). We like this unique design touch, but will reserve our final opinion for when we see it on the road (cars look different inside a hotel and on tarmac). Taigun badge is placed in the center of the tailgate with the GT badge in the bottom right corner. Just like the front, the rear bumper gets a chrome strip, houses reflectors and wears a silver faux skid plate.

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• Getting in and out of the car is pretty easy. You just walk into the cabin with the seats placed at the perfect height to simply slide into them.

• VW hasn't shared any images of the interiors (go figure !!!!), but the dashboard has a similar design to that of the Skoda Kushaq (reference image).

• The quality of materials used in the cabin and the fit & finish are excellent. That said, there are no soft-touch elements, and you will find plenty of hard plastics here.

• Front seats are ventilated and offer good support overall. The cushioning is on point here. No powered seats; you will have to adjust the driver seat manually. Their travel range is healthy, as is usually the case with VWs.

• The steering is adjustable for rake as well as reach.

• Overall visibility from the driver's seat is good and the ergonomics are great too. Everything is easy to reach and operate as well. The door pockets can accommodate 1-liter bottles with ease and you have decent storage spaces on the center console as well.

• Unlike the Skoda Kushaq, the engine start-stop button is placed on the center console like the old Tiguan (reference image).

• As is a trend in cars these days, the Taigun gets a digital cockpit that is very clear and displays plenty of information. You can operate this with the buttons on the steering wheel which are of good quality and feel built to last.

• The GT variant gets sporty aluminium pedals with black rubber grips.

• 10-inch touchscreen, which is shared with the Kushaq, gets a neat layout that is very user-friendly (reference image). The display is crisp and the touch is very responsive as well. You have stationary menu buttons on the left side of the screen and on the right side - interestingly - you have the traction control off switch.

• A/C unit gets a touch control panel. Some people will like this, but we frankly prefer physical knobs & controls. It sucks for the driver to take his eyes off the road to change the air-con settings.

• In the rear, you have fair legroom. At 5'10", with the front seat adjusted to my own driving position, I had enough space. Headroom wasn't an issue for me but for 6-footers and taller occupants, it will be a concern. Apart from this, the sunroof mechanism takes up most of the space in the roof and restricts the view of tall people.

• The seatback is a little upright, yet overall comfort levels are good. A major irritant are the seat rails on which the front seats are mounted. These severely restrict the foot space which is why even though you have good legroom, you will have to place your feet close to each other if you wish to stretch out your legs under the front seat.

• Seating three adults in the rear seat will be tough. The seat is better for 2 adults and a kid. The good news is that all the passengers get 3-point seatbelts. The seats fold in 60:40 ratio and also have ISOFIX seat anchors as standard across all variants.

• You get rear A/C vents below which, you have 2 USB-C ports like the Kushaq (reference image).

• The boot is smaller than what the competition offers (Kushaq's capacity was rated at 385 liters). Spare wheel is a 16-inch steel unit.

Here's a B-Roll shared by VW:

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Volkswagen has shared the following press release.

Unveiling the biggest product line-up under its SUVW strategy, as committed, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India today commenced bookings for second batch of T-Roc; The brand has also invited customers to ‘Register your interest’ for the much-awaited SUV Taigun and New Tiguan; Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace to arrive soon.

Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Ashish Gupta, Brand Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India said, “We are delighted to announce that customers can now book their favorite SUV T-Roc, through our online retail platform or our dealership network across India. We have also announced a unique initiative offering our customers an opportunity to register their interest for our most anticipated SUVW, the Volkswagen Taigun and the New Tiguan. 2021 is a significant year for Volkswagen India and with this announcement, we are a step closer to fulfilling our commitment of delivering 4-SUVs by the end of 2021.”
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The made for India mid-sized SUV, Volkswagen Taigun is a perfect combination of style, practicality and sophistication for a modern Indian consumer. Built on the MQB A0 IN platform, Taigun will be up to 95% localized and powered by TSI engine with two engine options, 1L TSI and 1.5L TSI and three transmissions offering a wide array of choices to the customers. The carline will endorse new-age design, cutting-edge technology and advanced features, including 17-inch alloy wheels, striking LED headlamps with LED DRL and width spanning LED tail lamps wrapped in piano finish. Further, the bold and sporty SUV comes with Multi-Function steering wheel, spacious cabin and rear room space that would appeal to the young audience. Functionally conceptualized, the SUV will comprise of a touchscreen infotainment system and virtual cockpit with a fully digital instrument cluster. Keeping in mind the safety of the customers, the carline will be equipped with up to 6-airbags, ESC, 3 headrests at rear, 3-point seat belts and adjustable headrest for all.

Volkswagen Taigun striking exteriors

▪ Prominent Volkswagen front grille
with chrome applique
▪ New Volkswagen logo
▪ LED headlamps with LED DRL
▪ R17 dual tone alloy wheels
▪ Continuous LED tail-lamps
▪ Exclusive GT offering

Volkswagen Taigun premium interiors

▪ Ventilated leather front seats
▪ Ambient lighting
▪ Smart storage spaces
▪ Flattened tunnel at rear
▪ Spacious & roomy interiors, owing to
a long wheelbase 2651 mm
▪ Modern dashboard layout with décor

Volkswagen Taigun comfort & connectivity

▪ Digital cockpit
▪ 25.4 cm touchscreen infotainment
▪ Auto AC with touch control
▪ Rear view camera
▪ Multi-function leather wrapped
steering wheel
▪ Electric sunroof
▪ My Volkswagen Connect
▪ Wireless AppConnect
▪ Apple Carplay™
▪ Android Auto™
▪ Type C, USB charging ports

Volkswagen Taigun safety

▪ Electronic stability control
▪ Up to 6 airbags
▪ Tyre pressure deflation warning
▪ 3 head-restraints at rear
▪ Rear park distance control
▪ Hill-hold control

The 4th SUV from Volkswagen’s stable, the New Tiguan, will be powered by a 2.0L TSI engine delivering a peak power of 190PS and 320 Nm of torque. Offering power ondemand, the SUV will come with 4MOTION, 7-speed DSG transmission with paddle shifts; built on MQB platform and powered by TSI technology, for enhanced driving experience and fuel efficiency. The new carline will be bold, aggressive, endorsing new design grille and bumper, 18-inch Frankfurt alloys, Dark Red LED tail-lamp with new light signatures. In terms of interiors, Premium Vienna leather seats, illuminated scuff plates, Panoramic sunroof, 30 shades of ambient lights. Safety comes first, the carline will have 6-airbags, ABS, ESP, ASR, EDL, Auto-hold, hill start assist & hill descent control, TPMS, 3 headrests at rear, 3-point seat belts, ISOFIX feature and Driver Alert System.
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The new Tiguan will also incorporate, Volkswagen IQ. Light technology; intelligent LED Matrix with advanced light control module, Different light modes; dynamic headlight range control, dynamic cornering lights, poor weather lights, LED headlamps & DRL and LED cornering lights.

Furthermore, Volkswagen India has also received tremendous response from the customers on T-Roc and Tiguan Allspace and the second batch of the carlines will be made available to customers very soon. Both the SUVs are powered by Volkswagen’s award-winning TSI technology. The T-Roc features bold design language and offers performance, comfort and superior driving experience to appeal to the urban lifestyle of an Indian customer. The stylish and expressive SUV is built on Volkswagen’s modular transverse matrix (MQB) platform, powered by 1.5L EVO TSI engine mated to a 7-speed DSG transmission. The highly functional carline, Tiguan Allspace offers plenty of room for everyone and everything. The seven-seater SUV is designed for customers with a larger than life outlook; and are adventurous in nature. It comes equipped with a powermill of 2.0l TSI Engine, 4MOTION and a 7-speed DSG transmission with paddle shifts. It’s ergonomic design, safety features and exceptional build quality fits well with the needs of the Indian customer.
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The New Volkswagen T-Roc at an ex-showroom price of INR 21.35 Lakh can be booked online. For customers who prefer visiting the outlet, bookings are open across all Volkswagen dealers in India. Complete safety and sanitization measures are being undertaken at all Volkswagen facilities across the network to ensure safety for ALL. Customer deliveries for the T-Roc will start from the month of May 2021.
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A really dumb move by VW to not show the interiors even if they were using their own outsourced photo and videographers! So next unveil maybe we will see the interior. At-least Skoda showed the entire car exterior + interior/what to expect and VW can't do the same? An half-hearted attempt at unveil itself, I wonder what will happen at launch.


Did VW think they will not show the interior, that way people can’t complain of the features missing! Since feature list is almost same as the Kushaq except the Digital instrument cluster.

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Originally Posted by Omkar View Post
MQB A0 - Volkswagen T-Cross - Skoda Kamiq
MQB A0-IN - Volkswagen Taigun - Skoda Kushaq
MQB A1 - Volkswagen T-Roc - Skoda Karoq
MQB A2 - Volkswagen Tiguan (Allspace) - Skoda Kodiaq
Since the naming is so confusing, can someone explain the approximate price bracket for all four and their would be competitors ? For instance the only vehicle I am familiar with is the Tiguan and I know it plays into the Fortuner/Endeavour price bracket with them as competitors.
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A very strange event with stranger rules. No pictures allowed at all?
And no shots of interiors shared either is a shame.

Sometimes I feel Marketing folks at VW may be out of touch with reality. This kind of approach may sound good on a PPT talking about a launch plan but to potential customers this is frankly irritating!

Coming to the car, I like the looks of it, although it could do with a little lesser chrome up front. I'm happy that Skoda and Volkswagen are not trying to make it look butch, but embracing the crossover shape. I personally feel it suits a car of this size more.

How about the sunroof? Is it panoramic? Are there paddle shifters on offer?
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Started looking through YouTube videos and lost interest the moment the host mentioned that interiors were still under embargo. What the hell is Volkswagen playing at?

It's a boring psuedo SUV whose cousin has already seen the light of day. Why not show the damn thing in one go?

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How about the sunroof? Is it panoramic? Are there paddle shifters on offer?
The sunroof is just like the Kushaq ...not panoramic unfortunately.

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Another meeting when the discussion could have been done on a Zoom / Teams call.

I am curious to know on how is a 2 day event planned when there are:
- No drives
- No revelation of interiors
- No photography
- Nothing else to do other than watching a PPT and some 'gyaan' from management

Hope people can sustain their interest in this product until July - August when the actual launch will happen.
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That's a very strange and stupid unveil event by VW. What's the point in inviting people and not allowing them to photograph and cover the event extensively. I think this whole theory of drama creation by both VW and Skoda is going to backfire. In this superfast age where information is just a click away people don't like to be held back. I think they should have done the reveal only when they were ready with the prices and the bookings should have begun immediately.

At this pace Kia Seltos facelift will hit the market before the VW/Skoda twins and then they will be on back foot. Strange strategy.

I can see that the GT variant does not has a panoramic sunroof. Any info on Paddle shifters for AT variants.
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Till now, we were thinking Skoda is playing with our patience and taking it too far with Kushaq. Here comes VW and saying, "Hold my Taigun."

Seriously, no interior images, not even the dimensions apart from wheelbase have been disclosed. Must say, I am utterly disappointed.

Coming back to the car, It's looking good from front and back, typical VW design philosophy. From side profile, it's seems tad short in height than Kushaq, need to wait for the dimensions unveil.

As per Autocar, Taigun is going to undercut Kushaq.
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Any info on Paddle shifters for AT variants.
The GT variant on display with the 7-speed DCT gearbox had plastic paddle shifters similar to the Skoda Kushaq. Not sure about the 6-speed AT variant.

Here's an image of the paddle shifters on the Skoda Kushaq for reference:

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Really fail to understand this new trend of piecemeal approach of car manufacturers in India, when revealing their new launches. Come one VW, you have a nice car for the Indian market - unveil the car in all its glory in the best colours that you have so that the thing grabs eyeballs from the get go! What is the point of not revealing interior pictures, which is the place where the owner of the car will spend all of his time? This approach really confounds me and more than anything else, irritates me to have to wait for pictures, prices, booking and then the actual car spread over a period of months on end. Otherwise, start your darn event when you have the car actually ready to drive for journalists and when you are ready to open bookings and deliveries for the public.

Absolutely senseless.

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Here is the Autocar walkaround of the Taigun.

1. Seems like a dhinchak version of Kushaq. (Chrome, Chrome)
2. In the video it is mentioned that this time VW is planning to undercut the sibling in terms of pricing. Maybe for the lower variants with 1litre TSI?
3. Some goodies might be reserved for the GT line variant only giving VW the opportunity to charge a premium.
4. Two products are better than one, however till now it is Skoda which has got more sales.
5. There should be some warranty and service packages thrown in to boost the confidence of customers.
6. Can see the framed wipers like present on Maruti here as well. (Premium Product eh?)

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Great! Now how do the interiors look and feel?

So the pricing will most likely look like this-

Taigun < T-Roc < Tiguan < Tiguan Allspace.

The T-Roc should retail for around 21 lacs ex showroom as per the press release so you can expect the Taigun to start around 15 lacs and go up to about 19 odd lacs.
Between the Taigun and the T-Roc, there may not be too much differentiation in the product except for the fact that the Taigun is heavily localised including its platform. Size wise I think the two will broadly be the same. The T-Roc may look smaller due to its coupe like styling.
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Note to Moderators: Please change the car name/spelling from 'Tiguan' to 'Taigun' in your closing post in other thread.
I got confused first, why the link of 'Tiguan'attached to 'Taigun'thread. Then it clicked to me that it's either auto correct or spelling mistake.
It also confusing on the part of Volkswagen to name the cars so similarly. General public are going to be confused between these two cars. I am Imagining a scenario where someone having and going to buy a Taigun and sales person showing him the Tiguan which will be way out his budget
Same can be said about Skoda also with the names starting with 'K'.
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Great! Now how do the interiors look and feel?
The T-Roc should retail for around 21 lacs ex showroom as per the press release so you can expect the Taigun to start around 15 lacs and go up to about 19 odd lacs.
I think the Taigun would be priced at 10-16 lakhs ex-showroom. If it is priced 15-19 lakhs then it wont be able to compete with the Korean twins and will be DOA. With its smaller dimensions and lack of any exclusive features VW has to price it aggressively to have any chance.
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