Volkswagen has revealed more details of its upcoming T-Cross SUV along with an official drawing of the car.
The small SUV has been given the tagline “More than one thing” to represent its versatility, as well as indicating that VW will be selling the model with a value-for-money pitch in mind.
The T-Cross – which will be built on VW’s MQB platform – will feature an “innovative spacious passenger compartment” to offer maximum flexibility, and will feature a range of assistance systems usually found on more premium models.
The car’s back seats can be adjusted lengthwise to allow for more luggage capacity or legroom, and crash-prevention systems such as front assist and lane assist will come as standard.
Measuring 4,107mm in length, the T-Cross is designed to enrich VW’s SUV range in China and South America, as well as Europe. The manufacturer claims it will be practical in urban areas but will also be capable in more rugged environments.
It was presented as an anticipated study at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and is currently a near-production prototype. There will be an official unveiling of the car in autumn this year.
Prices for the T-Cross are yet to be revealed, but it will likely cost from around £18,000.
Watch the video below to see Jürgen Stackmann, head of sales and marketing at VW, and head of design Klaus Bischoff explain the ideas behind the car and show off the new drawing.
July 4, 2018