2019 Volkswagen T-Cross teased ahead of October 25 debut


The little SUV is coming this week, but this is 1 more teaser in the meantime.

Volkswagen has continued its very long, drawn-out T-Cross tease, in advance of the car’s formal reveal on October 25.

The most up-to-date teaser video previews the compact SUV’s lights and exterior design and style, revealing the shape of the head- and tail-lights, alongside with some of the LED detailing.

Down back, the lights are connected by an LED strip across the tailgate, and attribute a outstanding c-shaped graphic. There are sq.(ish) fog lights established small in the front bumper, whilst the headlights and grille show up to offer you a shrunken acquire on the new Touareg’s snout.

In a decidedly un-Volkswagen shift, you may be equipped to spec the T-Cross with coloured wheel inserts to match the exterior.

At the rear of the wheel, the T-Cross appears to have its roots in the Polo’s structure, with very low-established air vents sitting down beneath a central touchscreen. The steering wheel is a new design, and the outboard air vents surface to have a special look in contrast to other types in the VW secure.

Thanks to previous teasers, we know the sliding rear bench opens the doorway for 455L of boot space with the next row in location, and 1281L with them folded. The passenger backrest also folds flat, opening the doorway for extended products that otherwise would not in good shape into a compact SUV.

Volkswagen has been actively playing a quite, incredibly extended match with its T-Cross reveal, getting earlier unveiled a production motor vehicle lined in camouflage. It’s going to measure 4107mm lengthy and 1558mm tall, producing it shorter than the T-Roc with which it shares its MQB-A0 underpinnings, but taller for more headroom.

Electricity will come from a array of three turbocharged petrol engines with power outputs of 70kW, 85kW and 110kW, together with a 70kW turbo-diesel. It will be front-wheel travel only.