The Volkswagen Group introduced the Tharu in 2018 as part of the joint venture with SAIC to have an MQB A1-based compact crossover in China’s hugely challenging segment. The model is mechanically related to Euro-focused models like the Skoda Karoq and SEAT Ateca, not to mention the recently launched Taos in North America.
The Taos is basically a facelifted version of the Tharu, which going forward will also have an electric version in the People’s Republic.
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