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Press Release Taigo:

 

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New arrival at Volkswagen:
the Taigo is on its way!

  • Volkswagen offers a first glimpse of its new sporty SUV coupé set to launch at the end of the year
  • The Taigo01 sees a sporty crossover model added to Volkswagen’s range of SUVs in the small vehicle segment
  • New model boasts a charismatic design, modern operating concept and a multitude of assistance systems

 

The new Taigo is raring to go! Ahead of the model’s official European première, Volkswagen has revealed the name of its upcoming crossover model. The Taigo is a new addition to Volkswagen’s range of SUVs in the small vehicle segment. It impresses with a dynamic and emotional design. The new model also comes with a multitude of assistance systems and state-of-the-art connectivity.

 

The wait is over for those who have been looking for a CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle) that combines an elevated seating position with a sporty coupé silhouette. The new Taigo will be launched on the market with economical TSI engines, LED headlights as standard, a modern operating concept, a fully digital cockpit and a multitude of assist systems.

The Taigo is based on the successful Nivus model from Brazil, and will be manufactured for the European market in Pamplona, Spain. The new CUV will make its début this summer and will be launched on the market at the end of 2021.

Volkswagen Europe

 

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The new Taigo makes its European debut

  • First SUV coupé from Volkswagen enters the volume sector
  • New, trendy Lifestyle model with crossover body style
  • All-digital and always on: “Digital Cockpit” and the latest generation of online infotainment systems as standard 
  • Top-of-the-range features: IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights and IQ.DRIVE Travel Assist with Lane Assist and pACC
  • Film on European debut on Thursday, 29 July from 08:00 a.m. CEST: https://youtu.be/V_ySP0h4G5o

The stage is set for a new body shape from the Volkswagen brand: With the new compact crossover Taigo01, Volkswagen is launching an SUV coupé on the European market for the first time. The front-wheel drive Taigo is a real crowd-pleaser with its trendy crossover body style, raised seating positions, pioneering connectivity and unrestricted suitability for everyday use. The rear of the five-seater car slopes backwards in the style of a coupé, without restricting headroom in the back seat. This sees Volkswagen expand the portfolio of the compact Polo (hatchback) and T-Cross (SUV) models built on the MQB platform with a third chassis variant, which has previously been primarily reserved for high-end models. Numerous latest-generation assistance systems guarantee optimum comfort and a high level of safety for all passengers. The Taigo is set to make its virtual European debut on Thursday 29 July at 10:00 CEST.

 

The new Taigo focusses on design, individuality and emotion. With full LED head-lights, an all-digital cockpit and the latest generation of infotainment systems (MIB3) as standard, the SUV coupé measuring in at just under 4.26 metres sets high technology standards in its class. The expressive body shape is the first of its kind in the Volkswagen brand’s model portfolio. With a crossover body style and a silhouette like that of a coupé, the new Taigo – just like its Brazilian counterpart the Nivus – is perfectly equipped for winning over new, predominantly young and young-at-heart groups of buyers for Volkswagen. The technical basis of the Taigo is Volkswagen’s MQB. Depending on the options selected, the Taigo also comes with the new IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights and an illuminated radiator grill crossbar.

The Taigo’s design is characterised by strong proportions, with the silhouette like that of a coupé being particularly striking with the C pillar slanting well forward. Inspired by SUV coupés in higher vehicle classes, this makes the Taigo unique in its sector.

On the inside, the Taigo scores with an elaborately designed multifunctional steering wheel and modern control elements as standard. The infotainment systems are based on the third generation of MIB3, including an online control unit (eSIM) and “App Connect Wireless” (depending on the configuration). Features such as access to streaming services, natural voice control and cloud-based personalisation using “Volkswagen ID” allow the use of the latest MIB3.1 services, depending on the configuration.

And when it comes to driver assistance for more comfort and safety, the new SUV coupé is very similar to Volkswagen models from higher sectors. Every Taigo comes with assistance systems such as the surroundings monitoring system “Front Assist”, including city emergency brake function, and the lane departure warning system “Lane Assist” as standard. “IQ.DRIVE Travel Assist” is available as an optional extra, enabling semi-automated driving up to a system-determined top speed of 210 km/h.

Additional, more detailed information will follow when the new Taigo makes its virtual European debut on Thursday 29 July at 08:00 a.m. CEST.

 

 

 

[BRA] Volkswagen Nivus 2020

 

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World premiere of the new Volkswagen Nivus

Tomorrow, Volkswagen do Brasil will be presenting its most recent model: the Nivus. The new Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV) in the small car segment convinces with dynamic design, an ample vehicle interior and an elevated seating position. The virtual world premiere will take place at 4 pm (CEST). The presentation is broadcasted at https://press.live-vwnivus.com/. The event from Sao Paulo will be held in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

 

The Nivus was developed in South America and will initially be launched on the Brazilian market. The vehicle will also be available in Argentina later this year. Other South American markets will follow in 2021. In the long term the new model will also be launched at an international level and a European version will go on sale as well. Consequently, the Nivus is a Volkswagen that has been developed in South America, yet is also intended for production and sale in other world regions.

In 2020 Volkswagen do Brasil is planning the brand’s largest product campaign in South America with a total of 20 new product launches. The Nivus is developing a new segment on the Brazilian market with an innovative design that combines SUV elements and coupé lines. It is amongst the largest models within the small vehicle segment with a luggage compartment capacity of 415 litres. The vehicle is based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB) and will be built at the Anchieta plant (São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil) using cutting-edge production processes.

Volkswagen International

 

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"Qualche emiro che compra una Ferrari lo troverò sempre. Ma se il ceto medio finisce in miseria, chi mi comprerà le Panda?"

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Se avete domande su Nivus, scrivete qui che tra poco parte la diretta streaming e provo a vedere se rispondono visto che c'è una sezione dedicata alle domande in diretta.

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"Qualche emiro che compra una Ferrari lo troverò sempre. Ma se il ceto medio finisce in miseria, chi mi comprerà le Panda?"

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50 minuti fa, mmaaxx scrive:

Anticiperà il restyling di Polo

 

Ci hanno girato attorno alla domanda dicendo che sarà di ispirazione per la gamma VW.

Secondo me Polo avrà un restyling in chiave Golf 8.

"Qualche emiro che compra una Ferrari lo troverò sempre. Ma se il ceto medio finisce in miseria, chi mi comprerà le Panda?"

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Ecco le immagini ufficiali:

 

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Dimensioni a confronto con le altre Crossover/SUV del segmento B/C in gamma Volkswagen.

 

Abmessungen VW T-Cross vs T-Roc

Abmessungen     VW T-Cross    VW T-Roc    VW Nivus
Länge 4.108 - 4.235 mm 4.234 - 4.348 mm 4.266 mm
Breite 1.760 (o. Sp.) - 1.977 mm 1.819 (o. Sp.) 1.992 mm 1.757 mm (o. Sp.)
Höhe 1.584 mm 1.573 mm 1.493 mm
Radstand 2.551 mm 2.590 mm 2.566 mm
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"Qualche emiro che compra una Ferrari lo troverò sempre. Ma se il ceto medio finisce in miseria, chi mi comprerà le Panda?"

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1 minuto fa, Auditore scrive:

Mi sembra di capire che abbia le stesse portiere di Polo; in VW sono dei maghi del riuso

Frutto di una notte d'amore tra una Polo e un T-Cross. :-D 

Comunque dove si andrebbe a posizionare da noi? Tra T-Cross e T-Roc?

 

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