Volkswagen T-CROSS Design in Energetic Orange
Volkswagen presented the new VW T-Cross, the company's first small SUV, and thereby resolutely continues the SUV product offensive it began in 2015.
This new model will soon be debuting in the markets of three continents with its combination of style, practicality, flexibility, connectivity and economy, and setting new standards for its class as it goes.
The urban crossover model reveals itself to be an ideal companion in everyday life and beyond.
With the Volkswagen T-Cross, Volkswagen introduces another new SUV model: even shorter and therefore better suited to the city than the T-Roc, and even more compact than the Tiguan.
Ralf Brandstätter, Chief Operating Officer of Volkswagen Brand, explained at the world premiere in Amsterdam: "We're actually presenting the T-Cross today three times over!
We unveiled it a few hours ago in Shanghai, and São Paulo will follow later tonight.
It shows just how important the T-Cross is to the Volkswagen brand as a truly global product."
The Volkswagen T-Cross is based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB), which allows the driven front axle to be located well forward.
With a total vehicle length of 4.11 metres, the 2.56-metre wheelbase is comparatively generous, allowing a spacious interior with enough room for five people.
For the greatest possible versatility in the interior, the sliding rear seat can be adjusted by 14 centimetres, allowing more passenger leg room or more luggage space.
The luggage compartment holds between 385 and 455 litres.
Thanks to a rear seat back that folds down fully or partially, in the blink of an eye it is possible to create a flat loading space with up to 1.281 litres of storage volume.