Initially, it was assumed that the premiere of the model will be held in April at the Beijing Motor Show. However, due to the spread of coronavirus, the exhibition may be canceled, as well as other public events in China. The cross-coupe will go on sale until the end of 2020 and at the first stage the Chinese will be offered only the front-wheel drive modification. The option with all-wheel drive will appear at dealers later.
Over the past year, this is far from the first crossover from Volkswagen, and the company remains true to itself and comes up with the name for them with the letter T. For example, last fall there was information about the Tacqua based on the Polo from the joint venture FAW-Volkswagen, and in February 2020 at the auto show in Delhi showed Taigun for the Indian market.