Asian Premiere For the Volkswagen SUV Concept Taigun At the Auto Expo 2014

Asian Premiere For the Volkswagen SUV Concept Taigun At the Auto Expo 2014

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
06 Feb 2014

The body of the Taigun – as compact as it is attractive – has been designed with an independent, confident and sporty look. In the lower body area, the rugged side trim panels are appealing; they cover the side sills, wheel arches and lower sections of the bumpers. The vehicle’s short overhangs are advantageous both visually and for space utilization. Practical roof rails with integrated LED spotlights upgrade the vehicle’s off-road look when viewed from the side. The Taigun is painted in a friendly pearl effect colour called “Ultra Orange.” The colour is designed to underscore the sportiness of the concept car. The Taigun, which is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels and size 205/50 R17 tyres, is adept at handling off-road terrain thanks to its high engine torque and high ground clearance.

The designers developed a look for the interior that reflects, in its clarity, the spirit of the times in our urban world. Those with an affinity for the latest smart phones or tablet computers will also like the interior design, the feel of its surfaces and the layout of controls in the Taigun. The colour and trim concept plays with a contrast of elegance, on the one side, and the sporty functional off-road character, on the other. The beige seat covers feature a honeycomb structure; the material itself is rugged and easy to clean. The orange piping offers a fresh contrast to the beige hue of the seats and an optical bridge to the colour of the exterior. The inner surfaces of the side supports are covered in faux leather.

Take a closer look at the Taigun in our gallery.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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