Upcoming Volkswagen Cars in India

Waiting to find out what the car manufacturers are bringing to India? Well, you can find the complete list of upcoming cars in India on carandbike.com and get details including the tentative launch date, expected price and engine specifications. With new models, facelift versions and new variants launching every month, the collation of upcoming models provide an insight into the cars that will be launched soon across segments. The carandbike.com team has compiled an upcoming cars in India in 2020 and 2021 which will help in knowing whether your favourite car is coming to India. Users can receive a notification for a newly launched car by availing the ‘alert when launch’ service.

  • Oct 2020
  • New Volkswagen Passat

    Expected Price: ₹ 25 - 30 Lakh
    Sedan, Petrol, Diesel
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    Overview :

    The 2020 Volkswagen Passat facelift was recently spotted undergoing testing in India, sans camouflage. First showcased at the Detroit Auto Show early this year in January, the new 2020 Passat has been caught testing in India for the first time. Expected to be launched sometime in early 2020, the updated Volkswagen Passat comes with a redesigned face, with a new grille featuring thick chrome slats, flanked by a pair of new sharper-looking wraparound headlamps with LED lights and LED daytime running lamps. The 2020 Passat also comes with a new front bumper with a wide central airdam and large air intakes on either end. The 2020 VW Passat's other exterior updates include a set of 17-inch aluminium-alloy wheels, along with LED taillights, and a more prominent Passat badging that runs the width of the trunk lid.

  • Apr 2021
  • Volkswagen Taigun

    Expected Price: ₹ 10 - 14 Lakh
    SUV, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Volkswagen India has unveiled its new compact SUV for the domestic market, which will be called the Taigun. The Volkswagen Taigun is a concept subcompact crossover SUV that was first unveiled at the Sao Paulo International Auto Show in 2012. While the company retails the T-Cross in this segment globally, India will get the Taigun instead as a rival to the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Renault Captur and the likes. The model will be underpinned by the new MQB A0 IN platform that has been specifically developed for the Indian market. The big difference though is that compared to the T-Cross, the Taigun for India will be longer, more spacious and more comfortable, keeping the Indian requirements in mind.

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Disclaimer: The prices given are expected Ex-Showroom price(Delhi) and does not include tax, registration, insurance, cost of accessories etc