Officia name for this colour is 'Curcuma Yellow'. Looks good we say.Seen here is the top spec trim of 1.5 GT DSG with 17 inch alloy wheels and extra dash of chrome.Rear design treatment is certainly a highlight for the VW Taigun.Neat and crisp design lines on offer. Typical of most Volkswagen products .High speed manners remain a USP for the Taigun. Stable and reassuring. .Side profile showcases the short length - less than all other rivals in the segment.GT moniker on the front grille.Rear profile - good bumper design and a faux skid plate.The Taigun gets matt black cladding all around, typical of most 'SUVs' in India.Flat bottom steering looks nice. Array of buttons for various functions including cruise.More colour options will be disclosed closer to the date of launch.View of the front fascia from the rear seats - this is the GT DSG. GT MT gets panels finished in a shade of red.Second of the Taigun offers sufficient leg room for two 6-feet tall people sitting one behind the other.150PS of power and 250Nm of torque : just what you need to wake up the enthusiast in you.VW will be selling a lot of accessories from showroom level.The roof rails are functional as seen here.Sunroof - yes. But most others offer a panoramic one.Sportier looking pedals will be standard on the top spec 1.5 DSG.One of the best design angles for the Taigun .The Taigun will play an important role in kick starting Volkswagen's India 2.0 strategy.You do get red calipers as standard with the 1.5 GT DSG.Though the 17 inch wheels compromise urban ride, the overall poise is stable and confidence inspiring.While it looks nice, the extra dash of chrome might not be to everyone's liking.Bookings are now open and price reveal will happen this month itself .The smallest boot in the segment (on paper) but still offers ample space for your weekend trips .