The New Volkswagen T-Cross: Sneak Preview!

The new Volkswagen T-Cross is coming - and we can't wait! Due to be unveiled in Amsterdam on the 25th of October, the T-Cross is the latest addition to the Volkswagen SUV family. 

Along with the announcement of the launch event, Volkswagen have released a number of design sketches showing what it might look like from the front and the back. Let's take a look...

While the T-Roc is "confident" the T-Cross is effortlessly cool! It is compact, versatile and dynamic. Featuring the latest connectivity and entertainment, the T-Cross is ready for adventures both inside and outside the urban jungle. 

The front of the T-Cross is set to get a bold new flat full-face grille design - similar to the new Touareg and Arteon

 

Check out the back of the T-Cross! These sketches show its distinctive rear end which gets a rear strip light stretching across the whole body! 

There is a trend in the SUV market for compact crossovers to have striking colours, contrasting roofs and a plethora of customisation options. and the T-Cross is no different! The T-Cross is expected to come in 12 exterior and interior colours which compliment each other, in addition to bi-colour paintwork, This cool new SUV will also come with colour-matching alloy wheels for those who are keen to accessorise their car! 

The T-Cross is an entry-level SUV described by Volkswagen as "both practical and cool, intuitively driveable and safe". So what makes it safe? The T-Cross comes with City Emergency Breaking, including pedestrial monitoring, as standard and Lane Assist - the best lane-keeping assistant for long journeys! Additionally, a number of other systems including Blind Spot Sensor, Rear Traffic Alert and Adaptive Cruise Control are available as an optional extra. 

In the Volkswagen SUV family, the T-Cross will be the go-to entry-level SUV, sitting below the T-Roc. It has a length of 4,107, has 455 litres of cargo capacity and comes in front wheel drive. The T-Cross is available with 4 turbocharged engine options. The TSI engines will have power outputs of 95, 115 and 150PS. For the TDI you are looking at 95PS. 

We can't wait to see the new T-Cross in our showrooms! For all the latest T-Cross information head over to our website here

 

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