The Taigun First Anniversary Edition comes with a handful of subtle visual updates to commemorate the SUV's milestone.
Volkswagen has launched the Taigun First Anniversary Edition in two variants, with prices starting from ₹15.70 lakh. The higher-spec variant is priced at ₹17.20 lakh. All figures are ex-showroom. This special edition is offered exclusively on the Topline trim of the Dynamic Line, meaning the two variants on offer are the 1.0 TSI MT (19.20 km/l) and 1.0 TSI AT (17.23 km/l). The anniversary edition demands a modest ₹30,000 more over the price of the standard Topline variants.
So, what do you get for the extra 30k? To begin with, all updates are visual only, as the powertrain remains untouched. The First Anniversary Edition of the Taigun marks the debut of a new ‘Rising Blue’ exterior colour option. It's also available in Curcuma Yellow and Wild Cherry Red. A bespoke '1st' anniversary edition badge can be seen on the front fenders and steering wheel. Other updates come in the form of blacked-out ORVM caps and roof, along with 'high lux' fog lamps, body-coloured door garnish, unique C-pillar graphics in black, door-edge protectors, window sun visors, and aluminium pedals.
Apart from these updates, the Taigun First Anniversary Edition offers the same equipment as the standard Topline variants. The 1.0-litre three-cylinder TSI engine develops 114bhp and 178Nm of torque. It's offered with a six-speed manual and a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission.