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MQB-platform SUV, related to the [[Volkswagen Polo]]. Volkswagen launched three versions of the T-Cross for different markets.
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'''Volkswagen T-Cross. 2018 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door SUV. F/F, 999 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1395, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1598 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC).''' For Europe, essentially a taller, crossover version of the [[Volkswagen Polo VI]], with front-wheel drive only, and sitting on the same platform. Volkswagen’s smallest crossover when launched. Roomy, with flexible seating inside, and some customization options. Lane assist, blind spot detection, and a parking assist that can bring the car to a standstill to avoid collisions below 10 km/h. For Brazil and China, a longer-wheelbase (2,650 mm versus 2,560 mm) version was offered, based on the [[Volkswagen Virtus]]. Despite the added bulk, less boot space than the European T-Cross. Different front ends for both Brazilian (more chrome) and Chinese ([[Volkswagen Tiguan II]]-like front end). Torsion beams at rear, like Virtus, but especially calibrated. Brazilian model got plenty of safety kit but not as comprehensive as European model.
  
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''Manufacturing locations:'' Landaben, Pamplona, Spain; São José dos Pinhais, Curitiba, Brazil; Shanghai, China
  
 
''Marque:'' [[Volkswagen]]
 
''Marque:'' [[Volkswagen]]
 
 
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Revision as of 08:06, 18 October 2019

2018 Volkswagen T-Cross (Brasil).jpg

Volkswagen T-Cross. 2018 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door SUV. F/F, 999 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1395, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1598 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC). For Europe, essentially a taller, crossover version of the Volkswagen Polo VI, with front-wheel drive only, and sitting on the same platform. Volkswagen’s smallest crossover when launched. Roomy, with flexible seating inside, and some customization options. Lane assist, blind spot detection, and a parking assist that can bring the car to a standstill to avoid collisions below 10 km/h. For Brazil and China, a longer-wheelbase (2,650 mm versus 2,560 mm) version was offered, based on the Volkswagen Virtus. Despite the added bulk, less boot space than the European T-Cross. Different front ends for both Brazilian (more chrome) and Chinese (Volkswagen Tiguan II-like front end). Torsion beams at rear, like Virtus, but especially calibrated. Brazilian model got plenty of safety kit but not as comprehensive as European model.


Manufacturing locations: Landaben, Pamplona, Spain; São José dos Pinhais, Curitiba, Brazil; Shanghai, China

Marque: Volkswagen





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