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The new Volkswagen Taigo (2022) IQ.LIGHT LED matrix and Interior details


The new Volkswagen Taigo (2022) IQ.LIGHT LED matrix and Interior details. 2022 VW Taigo Revealed As Small Crossover Aspiring To Be A Coupe
Yes, you’ve seen this car before, but with a different name.

Confused by Volkswagen’s increasingly crowded crossover lineup in Europe? So are we. You would think there wouldn’t be room left what with the already available T-Cross and T-Roc, but the peeps from Wolfsburg are launching the Taigo to fill in a gap we never knew existed. Granted, the small crossover has been a long time coming since VW made it clear it would bring Brazil’s Nivus to Europe with a different name and build it in Spain.

At 4.26 meters (167.7 inches) long, 1.75 meters (69 in) wide, and 1.49 mm (58.6 in) tall, it’s a smidge longer, narrower, and lower than the T-Roc and is longer than the T-Cross, regardless if we’re talking about the standard- or long-wheelbase model. Its wheelbase measures 2,566 mm (101 in), which makes it a tad longer than that of the regular T-Cross but shorter than the LWB-spec T-Cross.

VW also sells the T-Roc with different wheelbase lengths and all of them are longer than the Taigo’s. Side note, the peeps from Wolfsburg are also selling a T-Roc Convertible on the Old Continent to pick up where the Range Rover Evoque Convertible left off.

Essentially, the Taigo is a more stylish alternative to the T-Cross by adopting what VW refers to as a coupe-like roofline. There’s not much to say about the design as it has been largely carried over from the BR-spec Nivus. Featured in many of the adjacent images is the flagship R-Line, complete with faux quad exhaust tips we could honestly do without.

The same goes for the interior, also borrowed from its Brazilian sibling. However, eagle-eyed viewers will notice the Euro-spec Taigo has fancier climate control settings, borrowed from the facelifted Tiguan and Arteon. Overall, the interior should look oh-so-familiar if you’ve been in a T-Cross or a Polo, which also got that climate control module with the mid-cycle facelift unveiled earlier this year.

Sold exclusively with a front-wheel-drive layout, the Taigo will be a gasoline-only affair as VW is gradually moving away from its once high-praised TDI engines. Customers will get to pick from the usual suspects, namely a three-cylinder 1.0-liter and a bigger and more powerful four-cylinder 1.5-liter unit. The three-pot is good for 95 hp (70 kW) and 110 hp (81 kW) while the four-pot is rated at 150 hp (110 kW). Depending on the engine choice, the Taigo comes with a five- or six-speed manual along with a seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission.

From matrix LED headlights to partly automated driving (level 2), the VW Taigo is generously equipped for a B-segment crossover. It can be specified with a plethora of kit, including a 9.2-inch touchscreen, wireless charging, 18-inch wheels, and various driver assistance features. Despite its somewhat swoopy roofline, the cargo area can still accommodate 438 liters of luggage, which is comparable to the boxy T-Cross.

VW has plans to sell the five-seat Taigo small crossover in 28 countries from the European Union, plus Turkey and Africa.

Source: Volkswagen

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