It’ll be placed in the compact SUV segment as a rival to the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and its cousin, the Skoda Kushaq
The Taigun’s interior retains most of the concept’s elements and is in line with Volkswagen’s classy design theme
There’s little doubt that the past seven days have been dominated by Ze Germans!
Volkswagen’s Hyundai Creta rival, the Taigun, is coming to showrooms this July, and it's got a surprise in store
Set to be launched by August, the Taigun will sit in the hotly contested compact SUV segment consisting of stalwarts like the Creta and Seltos
Volkswagen is looking to make the cost of ownership more affordable and spruce up the overall after sales experience
The production-spec Taigun will join hands with the Skoda Kushaq to fight the Korean stalwarts: Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos
VW has laid its chart with a host of new product launches under the SUVW strategy. The Vento’s successor is likely to arrive this year as well
The highlights of the week include a couple of important announcements
The Taigun will be Volkswagen’s first heavily localised SUV in India
The Taigun SUV will compete with the likes of the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos
Will arrive in European markets by 2021
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