VW Tayron 3-row SUV to replace Tiguan AllSpace in India

The VW Tayron 7-seater SUV could enter the Indian market around 2025.

Volkswagen is said to be developing a new 3-row SUV for the global market. The new model is likely to be called the Tayron and will replace the Tiguan AllSpace in the brand's SUV line-up.

According to media reports, the VW Tayron will be based on the MQB-A2 platform, which will also underpin the next-generation Skoda Kodiaq. Unlike the Tiguan AllSpace, which is essentially a 7-seater version of the Tiguan, the Tayron will have a unique exterior design and shouldn't be mistaken for the 5-seater VW Tayron sold in the Chinese market.

Reports suggest that the Tayron global SUV will be manufactured in Germany. It is expected to enter production in 2024.

Now, speaking of the domestic market, VW reportedly plans to introduce the Tayron in India as well. Reports indicate the SUV could be imported via the Completely Knocked Down (CKD) route around early 2025.

Source: Autocar India

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