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Volkswagen To Ramp Up Taigun Production From October; Gears Up For Festive Demand
Speaking to carandbike Ashish Gupta, Brand Director, Volkswagen India said that the company will ramp up production of the Taigun from October 2021. He also added that the demand for the SUV is much higher than the production numbers right now.
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Volkswagen India has already received over 12,000 bookings for the Taigun compact SUVexpand View Photos
Volkswagen India has already received over 12,000 bookings for the Taigun compact SUV
Highlights
Volkswagen has bagged over 12,000 bookings for the Taigun so far
Volkswagen will reach peak production for Taigun by December 2021
VW says, the demand for the Taigun is much higher than supply right now
Volkswagen India today launched the all-new Taigun compact SUV in India. The company has said that it has already received more than 12,000 pre-launch bookings for the SUV, and with the prices out, it’s now gearing up for festive demand. Speaking to carandbike on the sidelines of the launch of the new VW Taigun, Ashish Gupta, Brand Director, Volkswagen India said that the company will ramp up production from October 2021 onwards, and will reach peak production by December 2021.

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Commenting on the company production plan for the Taigun Gupta said, “Production will ramp up from October onwards, in September we already have good production coming in, and we will start deliveries from today. From October onwards, because of the festive season, we get into a ramp-up phase and we have a good amount of production available. December is when we’ll see the peak of our production coming in, that’s how the production plan is laid out right now, so all looking good.”

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The new Volkswagen Taigun is the first SUV from VW to be built on the MQB-A0 IN platform

The German carmaker commenced manufacturing the Taigun in August 2021, at the Skoda Auto Volkswagen India production facility in Chakan, Pune. While the company has gradually increased production in the last month or so, the company says that as of now the production numbers are nowhere near the amount of bookings the company has received. This means the Taigun is certainly going to command a considerable waiting period.