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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).''' Launched on the same day in three locations around the world, representing three slightly different T-Crosses. 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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'''Volkswagen T-Cross. 2018 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door, 5-door LWB SUV. F/F, 999 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1395, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1598 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC).''' Launched on the same day in three locations around the world, representing three slightly different T-Crosses. 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.
  
  

Latest revision as of 08:08, 18 October 2019

2018 Volkswagen T-Cross (Brasil).jpg

Volkswagen T-Cross. 2018 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door, 5-door LWB SUV. F/F, 999 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1395, 1498 cm³ petrol, 1598 cm³ diesel (I4 DOHC). Launched on the same day in three locations around the world, representing three slightly different T-Crosses. 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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