The Volkswagen T-Cross will be unveiled on October 25, 2018, and then marketed in the spring of 2019. Its competitors are called Citroën C3 Aircross, Peugeot 2008 and Renault Captur in France.
A few days of the revelation of the new T-Cross (October 25, 2018), Volkswagen unveils a video in which one finds full details of the small SUV German.
The Volkswagen T-Roc will soon have a little brother, he is to be called the T-Cross and will be unveiled on Thursday 25 October at 19: 30. To make us wait, the automaker unveils a video “teaser” in which we discover many of the details of this new small SUV. If the design of the headlights is reminiscent of the T-Roc, the back is much more original with massive bonfires that are connected by a strip on the boot lid. The Volkswagen T-Cross is a lot of emphasis on customisation, with coloured rims (colored red in the video) and elements specific to the level of the fog lamps.
Inside, we find the atmosphere of the Volkswagen Polo with the presence of the digital counters (dubbed Active Info Display in the brand) and aerators placed below the touch screen of the multimedia system. On the other hand, the steering wheel is new.
Volkswagen T-Cross, what we know already
The Volkswagen T-Cross will be shorter than 12 cm as the T-Roc. With a template 4,11 m, it will rub to competitors such as the Citroën C3 Aircross (4.15 m), the Peugeot 2008 (4,16 m), the Renault Captur (4,12 m) or the Seat Arona (4,14 m). Only available in two-wheel drive (fwd), it will take the engines of the Polo, including the 3-cylinder gasoline 1.0 TSI which will be offered in two power ratings : 95 hp and 115 hp. A TSI of 150 hp should be also of the party. The diesel range will be limited to a 1.6 TDI 95 ch.
Inside, the T-Cross will have a standard bench seat, sliding rear window about 15 cm, which will promote the livability rear or the loading volume. On this last point, Volkswagen is announcing a safety deposit ranging from 355 to 455 litres.
The release date of the Volkswagen T-Cross is scheduled for April 2019 on the French market. The range will include five trim levels, which are expected to resume appellations usual : Trendline, Comfortline, Carat, Carat Exclusive and R-Line. The first prize should be around 19 000 euros, a supplement of 2 € 200 compared to the Polo.
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