The Taigun is VW's long awaited entry into the mid-size SUV segment.
Styling is unmistakably VW with clean lines and an unfussy design language.
Taigun lacks the butch appeal of an SUV but looks contemporary.
Buyers will have the option of either a 115hp 1.0-litre turbo petrol or a more powerful 150hp 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engines.
Depending on colour, you can get red inserts on the dashboard.
Ambient lighting neatly executed in the dashboard.
Fit and finish are decent and plastics feel built to last.
Taigun GT's front seats neatly trimmed and comfy.
Rear seat well contoured but best for two. Middle passenger gets three-point seatbelt as well.
10-inch touchscreen packs in wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Higher variants get a sunroof.
8.0-inch digital instrument cluster available with the Taigun GT automatic.
Manual variants of the Taigun GT make do with analogue dials.
Automatic gear selector is backlit and looks premium.
6-speed manual gearbox is smooth and features short throws.
All three rear passengers get adjustable head restraints.
Taigun offers 330 litres of boot space.
LED tail-lamps with lightbar looks distinctive.
The Volkswagen Taigun is a sister model to the Skoda Kushaq and the second model to be based on the VW localized MQB-A0-IN platform. Click for a detailed look through images.