Passenger Cars India has unveiled its biggest product line-up under its SUVW
strategy. The company has commenced bookings for second batch of T-Roc. Customer
deliveries for the T-Roc will start from the month of May 2021. The brand has
also invited customers to ‘Register your interest’ for the much-awaited SUV
Taigun and the new Tiguan. It already has the Tiguan All-Space in its portfolio.
made for India mid-sized SUV, Volkswagen Taigun is built on the MQB A0 IN
platform, Taigun and will be up to 95% localised and powered by TSI engine with
two engine options, 1L TSI and 1.5L TSI and three transmissions. It will have
17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps with LED DRL and width spanning LED tail
lamps wrapped in piano finish.
Further, this sporty SUV comes with multi-function steering wheel, spacious cabin and rear room space. The SUV will comprise of a touchscreen infotainment system and virtual cockpit with a fully digital instrument cluster. 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
Volkswagen Taigun premium interiors
? 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
? 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 inserts
Volkswagen Taigun comfort & connectivity
Volkswagen Taigun safety
? Digital cockpit
? 25.4 cm touchscreen infotainment system
? 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
? 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 187hp and 320 Nm of torque. The SUV will come with 4MOTION, 7-speed DSG transmission with paddle shifts; built on MQB platform and powered by TSI technology. The vehicle will have a new design grille and bumper, 18-inch Frankfurt alloys, dark red LED tail-lamp with new light signatures.
In terms of interiors, it gets premium Vienna leather seats, illuminated scuff plates, panoramic sunroof, 30 shades of ambient lights. 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.
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.
The T-Roc, in the meantime, 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 T-roc Is a seven-seater SUV and comes equipped with a powermill of 2.0l TSI engine, 4MOTION and a 7-speed DSG transmission with paddle shifts.
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