1. Its exterior resembles the classic Volkswagen designing history. Simple straight lines, twin-slat chrome grille flanked by a pair of LED headlamps, and a lot of chrome to go with it.
2. From the side, its similarity with Kushaq intensifies as it becomes harder to tell the two cars apart.
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3. At the back, the highlight has to be the connected LED tail lamps, a spiffy little element that’s certain to get all the attention, especially at night.
4. From the inside, the cabin strikes out the simplicity yet again, with an uncluttered central console, practical design, and large infotainment right in the middle.
5. Things like the 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment, gear lever (on the AT variants), and touch-based climate control knobs are shared with the Kushaq.
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6. My Volkswagen connects app, an 8-inch digital instrument cluster, leatherette upholstery, ambient lighting, auto climate control, wireless charging pad, a sunroof, cooled front seats and 17-inch alloys.
7. It has an impressive 385 litre boot space along with folding rear backseat with a split ratio of 60:40.
8. The Taigun comes with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, connected car tech, ambient lighting, cruise control, a single-pane sunroof, and keyless entry with a push-button start.
9. On the safety front, the Taigun comes with six airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC (standard across all trims), hill-hold control, tyre pressure deflation warning, parking camera, and ISOFIX child seat mounts.
10. The Taigun is available in five colours: Curcuma Yellow, Wild Cherry Red, Candy White, Reflex Silver, and Carbon Steel Grey.