2023 Volkswagen Taigun SUV is now available with the option of a new Lava Blue colour. This new shade is similar to the latest Skoda Kushaq colour update.
- Volkswagen has introduced the option of new Lava Blue colour
- Anniversary Edition now discontinued
- No additional cost for option the new paint shade
Volkswagen has silently updated its Taigun SUV. VW has already debuted the new Lava Blue colour a few weeks ago. But, the new paint-shade draped cars have now started arriving at dealerships. Read more details of this new update below. Meanwhile, you can join our 91Wheels Whatsapp Group for all of such latest updates from the automotive industry.
2023 Volkswagen Taigun SUV Lava Blue Colour - Similar To Skoda Kushaq?
Volkswagen showcased the new Lava Blue paint shade option a few weeks ago. Now, the new paint shade has started reaching dealerships. The recent spy shots are from a dealership yard where the delivery-ready model of Taigun in this shade has been spied on. Apart from this new paint shade, nothing else has been changed on the new Taigun. However, VW recently updated its engine options with OBD2 compliance. Also, its sibling brand Skoda introduced the Slavia & Kushaq SUV in this same paint option recently.
Looking at the spy shot, the new colour indeed looks lavish in the real world. Also, VW has discontinued the Anniversary Edition of Taigun in India. This Edition offered some cosmetic add-ons to make it special. On the other hand, the Lavish Blue will be sold as a regular variant colour option. Volkswagen has already commenced the delivery process for customers pan India for this paint shade. There're also online rumours that VW will revise the Taigun lineup with new variants and colour options in June'23. The current Taigun SUV range starts from Rs 11.62 lakh ex-showroom, India. Its main rivals are - Maruti Grand Vitara, Hyundai Creta, & KIA Seltos.
Volkswagen Taigun SUV has proven to be a game changer for the company in India. It competes in the toughest mid-size SUV segment even without a diesel engine option. But, the 1.5-lt GT variant is a delight for enthusiasts while the 1.0-lt engine does the job of comfort commute. With the new Lava Blue paint shade, Taigun has become more desirable than ever.