The German based automaker Volkswagen is planning to give the Taigun the green lights for production and the final version of the model might hit the market in 2016.
No official announcement on the subject has been made just yet, but the guys at but the smaller vehicle has better changes to give birth to the Taigun, because it will keep its manufacturing costs low and it will allow VW to focus on developing a Polo based crossover, which will rival the Juke, the Mokka, the Captur, the 2008, Trax, EcoSport and so on.
The engine options which will make their way under the hood of the future production version of the Volkswagen Taigun remain unconfirmed for the moment but chances are that we will see three- and four-cylinder units, with front-wheel drive as standard and all-wheel drive offered as an option. The final production version of the VW Taigun is expected to cost approximately 15,000 euros, once it will hit the market. Additional details on the Taigun are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its launch.