Volkswagen has given a peek inside the upcoming Taigun crossover SUV. The teaser image confirms a few highly anticipated features, such as the virtual cockpit and newly designed steering wheel.
The Volkswagen Taigun broke cover last month, and we at autoX brought you extensive coverage of the upcoming crossover SUV. However, Volkswagen kept the interior of the Taigun a secret. This time around, Volkswagen has released a teaser of the interior, which gives us an idea of what to expect.
The mainstay of Taigun’s cabin is the virtual cockpit, which was missing in the Skoda Kushaq. However, the virtual cockpit could make its way into the Kushaq when Skoda introduces the Monte Carlo variant. The steering wheel gets a fresh design and aluminium inserts, which add to its premium feel. Along with the steering wheel, the dashboard gets an aluminium finish surrounding the instrument cluster, gear-shift, and air-con console. A possibility of an electric-parking brake has been completely ruled out, as the teaser image confirms a mechanical hand-brake.
The infotainment system fits flush into the dashboard, unlike the Skoda Kushaq’s unit, which is more pronounced in design. The A-pillars will house tweeters, which is a similar audio layout as the Skoda Kushaq's. The seats are most likely have a lighter coloured fabric. Just as the Skoda Kushaq, the Taigun will get ventilated seats for the passengers in the first row. In addition to the aforementioned mentioned features, the Taigun will boast a feature list similar to that of the Skoda Kushaq.