The new T-Cross was unveiled to the world on Thursday 25 October in Amsterdam, Holland.The brand’s all-new T-Cross continues Volkswagen’s SUV offensive and sits alongside T-Roc, Tiguan, Tiguan Allspace and Touareg in the SUV line-up.
This MQB-based SUV – which will sit beneath T-Roc in the Volkswagen SUV portfolio as an entry-level AO SUV – boasts the latest assistance systems, safety technologies, and engines.
The new compact Volkswagen SUV has a length of 4,107 mm and a height of 1,558 mm. It is therefore larger than a Polo (4,053 mm and 1,461 mm respectively) and smaller than a T-Roc (4,234 mm and 1,573 mm). Customers will be able to customise their T-Cross using a variety of bold exterior colours; a contrasting roof and pillar colour; a contrasting dashpad decor and various interior trim versions.
T-Cross will accommodate up to five adults. It has class-leading load space, thanks to the sliding rear seat, of 385-litres and 455-litres with the rear seats up. Drivers will enjoy the high seating position typical of an SUV – 597 mm at the front and 652 mm at the rear.
The T-Cross also boasts a range of intuitive features including up to four USB ports (two in the front, two in the rear) and optional wireless smartphone charging.
Premium segment technology, such as Volkswagen’s second generation Active Info Display, high-end infotainment and state-of-the-art assistance systems, will be offered on the new model.