"The torque-strong three-cylinder is an ideal engine for such a compact SUV; it is a companion for driving through the urban environment that is as efficient as it is dynamic."
The lightweight concept car, weighing 985 kg, has a top speed of 186 km/h and accelerates to 100 km/h in 9.2 seconds; its combined fuel consumption is about four and one-half litres of fuel per 100 km.
The Volkswagen Taigun Concept, which is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels and size 205/50 R17 tyres, is also adept at handling offroad terrain thanks to its high engine torque and high ground clearance. Also providing a plus in active safety is the ESC electronic stabilisation programme.
The operation of all inside handy segments is intuitive. Plus, the spotless arrangement, various limit surfaces and especially incredible space conditions make an outstandingly positive broad feeling. Meanwhile, the youthful shading and material mixes highlight the harsh territory character of the Volkswagen Taigun Concept. Basically, the thought progression amass sketched out individual responses for customer controls in the SUV too. They consolidate dials discernible all around gushes on the dashboard - which out of nowhere can be used to control the temperature and blower speed and read their settings.
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