Volkswagen today has announced that the booking for 2 of their best-selling cars, Volkswagen polo and Volkswagen Vento will be closed due to these cars reaching a long waiting period of more than 5 months on select variants.
Although Company hasn’t properly specified the reason but looking at the current trend there can possibly two reasons for it, the first being the approaching festive season which might the case as people tend to book their car in advance to get their deliveries at some specific date, and the other reason being the ongoing global shortage of semi-conductors which has led to many plants getting shut, as earlier the new of Toyota being majorly getting affected by this issue on a global level was announced the similar can also be expected.
Volkswagen right now is mostly focusing on their upcoming mid-size SUV made exclusively in the Indian audience by the India 2.0 project, the Volkswagen Taigun. The car will be making its debut on 23rd September. The Taigun shares the same specs as the Skoda Kushaq as both the car are built on the same MQB A0 highly localized platform and also share the same Indian 2.0 project. All the specs for the car will also be similar to the Kushaq while the design for both will vary by a mile.
Both these cars will also share the same engine specifications, and will be offered in 2 variants – the first being the 1.0-litre TSi turbocharged petrol engine producing up to maximum power of 115 PS and maximum torque of 175 Nm and the second one being the 1.5-litre TSi diesel engine which will be generating maximum power of 150 PS and a maximum torque of 250Nm.
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