More information on the forthcoming Volkswagen T-Cross compact SUV has been released by the German brand and here we get to see some of the interior features.
The T-Cross was first shown in 2016 as a convertible in the form of the T-Cross Breeze concept but the production version will adopt a conventional 5-door SUV body and will be built on Volkswagen’s MQB platform. From the dimensions, it appears that the forthcoming Volkswagen T-Cross will be 4.2 metres long, have a wheelbase of 2.6 metres and will be 1.56 metres. It also appears that the boot capacity is rated 373 L or 420 L, but we reckon that's dependant on whether a spare wheel is fitted.
In terms of engines, expect the entire arsenal of VW Group compact powertrains to be thrown in this direction. We predict they'll all be turbocharged petrol and diesel engines, and don't rule out the new Polo GTI's 2.0-litre motor making an appearance at some stage. Given its testing in the snow, we wouldn't be surprised to see an all-wheel-drive version too.
The Volkswagen T-Cross will be revealed on the 25 October 2018 so look out for updates.
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