Volkswagen T-Cross

Volkswagen expects that half of its sales will be crossovers and SUVs by 2025. The new T-Cross will be one of those models.

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The T-Cross is even smaller than VW's existing T-Roc crossover.

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Related to the Polo, the T-Cross will be built at a Volkswagen factory in Navarra, Spain.

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There will be four engine choices: three turbocharged gasoline ones and a turbodiesel four-cylinder.

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The T-Cross is based on the same MQB flexible chassis used for cars like the Golf, the Tiguan and even the Audi A3.

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In styling it largely mimics other VW crossovers, with a tall, boxy stance, a large front grille and big lighting elements.

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As to interior room, the T-Cross' rear seat can slide fore and aft by 5.5 inches, while cargo space will measure up to 16.1 cubic feet.

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Standard technologies will include precollision warning and braking and blind-spot monitoring, with wireless phone charging offered as an option.

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It's safe to say that Volkswagen does not plan to sell the T-Cross in the US. The smallest VW crossover here is the Tiguan.

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