Volkswagen has given its clearest look yet at the upcoming T-Cross compact SUV, with a new video featuring close-up shots of the finished car's styling.
Jürgen Stackmann, the firm's marketing chief, posted a short video on his official Twitter account that showed elements of the crossover's exterior and interior styling. The T-Cross will be revealed in full on Thursday (25 October).
— Jürgen Stackmann (@jstackmann) October 22, 2018
The video contains a shot showing a close-up of the front grille of a T-Cross, with the rear of another example in the background. It showcases that the car, similar in size to the Polo supermini, will feature the traditional rugged SUV styling. Another shot shows the T-Cross name spelt out on the rear boot, and features a close-up of an orange-coloured wheel rim, likely to be an option for buyers.
There are also views of the interior of the new car, showing VW's well-regarged digital instrument and infotainment display.
VW has previously shown off a close-up of the supermini-SUV's headlights and daytime running lights on Twitter, while also hinting at what paint options to expect when it goes on sale early next year.
The T-Cross, which Autocar has already driven in prototype form, will become the fourth SUV in VW's European line-up, beneath the T-Roc, Tiguan and Touareg.