The T-Cross shares its platform with the Polo
Volkswagen has released a preview picture of its upcoming T-Cross
Our spy photographers have captured the car testing in Europe
The T-Cross has been spotted testing ahead of an expected launch during the second half of 2018, in warm R-Line spec akin to that of its larger sibling, the Tiguan
It’s expected to keep the T-Cross name for production, being the same size as the T-Cross Breeze concept, which was revealed at last year’s Geneva motor show
The T-Roc kept its concept precursor’s name, so the T-Cross is likely to as well
It’s likely that we won’t see the T-Cross in full until the second half of this year
The Volkswagen T-Cross will become the fourth SUV in the car maker’s European line-up when it goes on sale early next year, following its reveal in October.
The supermini-SUV, which Autocar has already driven in prototype form, will sit below the existing T-Roc, Tiguan and Touareg and, with an expected price above £17,000, rival the Seat Arona, Renault Captur and second generation Nissan Juke.