Volkswagen is preparing to unleash the Taigun mid-size SUV, which has been highly anticipated. The upcoming Volkswagen Taigun will compete with vehicles such as the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta. It will be the second variant to be built on the Volkswagen Group’s MQB AO IN platform, which also supports the upcoming Skoda Kushaq.
Volkswagen is planning to send Taigun some segment-first features in order to perform well against rivals. The new Volkswagen Taigun is supposed to be packed with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Features). The Taigun will be the first model in its segment to have this feature.
Lane assist, adaptive cruise control, park pilot, park assist, blind-spot warning, emergency braking system, and other technologies are likely to be included in the ADAS system. The park assists function assists in parallel parking by automatically steering the car, while the Park Pilot function uses different sensors to assist in driving the vehicle across narrow parking spaces.
The steering wheel controls these features, while the indications will be shown on the digital instrument console. Six airbags, ESP, stability control, hill hold and descent control, and tyre pressure monitoring system are all standard on the latest Volkswagen Taigun (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System).
The VW Taigun comes with a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone access, touch-sensitive climate control, wireless phone charging pad, Type-C USB, wired car features, a single-pan electric sunroof, automatic C, ventilated front seats, 17-inch alloys, and an LED lighting system, among other things.
It has a 2,651mm wheelbase, which is longer than the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos, which all have 2,610mm. The SUV will be available with two petrol engines: a 114bhp, 1.0-liter 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol with 6MT and 6AT, and a 147bhp, 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol with 6MT and 7-speed DSG automatic transmission.