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Meet the new VW T-CrossBack

The team at VW will launch the brand new T-Cross, a new form of SUV from the Volkswagen brand. Presented in 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show as a much-anticipated study, the series version is now well on its way to actual production.

With the T-Cross, Volkswagen is expanding its spectrum of Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) to include a small model that will sit below the T-Roc, with a plug-in hybrid version also planned.

The new T-Roc will be styled on the all-new Polo, but with the focus on practicality, the T-Roc will come with slightly inflated proportions. It will be taller than some rivals and will contain the standard VW MQB chassis found beneath every VW model from the Polo to the Passat saloon.

The T-Cross will come with a wide range of petrol and diesel engines. The core line-up will be based on VW’s new 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol, which will offer power outputs ranging from 75bhp to 115bhp. Five and six-speed manual boxes will be standard across most of the range, while a dual-clutch automatic transmission will be available on higher-spec models.

The T-Cross is the second new VW SUV to arrive in 2018, alongside an all-new version of the manufacturer’s flagship model, the Volkswagen Touareg. The new Touareg is set to be one of the most luxurious VWs ever, with an overhauled cabin featuring a completely digital dashboard and centre console.

VW’s T-Cross will be the first of a raft of new baby SUVs to hit the market in the past 18 months and it will rival the likes of Kia, SEAT and Citroen.

The 4,107-mm-long Volkswagen T-Cross is designed with charisma, always front-driven, functionally conceptualised, and cleverly constructed. At home in the city, and ready for the small and large adventures both inside and outside the urban jungle.

The T-Cross is entering the market as one of the safest vehicles of its class, guaranteed through excellent crash properties and a large spectrum of assistance systems with Front Assist and Lane Assist and standard on all models.

For more information on the VW T-Cross, visit: http://www.volkswagen.co.uk/about-us/concept-cars/t-cross-breeze

Posted by Leana Kell on 06/07/2018