Volkswagen T-Cross will offer a cargo space from 385L to 455L (by sliding the rear bench seat) – 1281L (by folding 60/40 rear bench seat).
Volkswagen T-Cross SUV will offer a high seating position of 597mm at the front and 652mm at the rear.
The near-production version of the Volkswagen T-Cross compact SUV has been teased yet again ahead of its global debut. The latest teaser shows the practical, large boot space of the SUV. With 5-seats layout, the VW T-Cross will offer a cargo space from 385-litres to 455-litres (by sliding the rear bench seat) – 1281-litres (by folding 60/40 rear bench seat).
Volkswagen has also confirmed that the T-Cross SUV will offer a high seating position of 597mm and 652mm at the front and rear respectively. However, the official seating position dimensions are still under the wraps. Check Out – 2019 Volkswagen T-Cross Review
Reports suggest that the SUV will measure 4107mm in length and 1558mm in height, thus making it shorter and taller than the Volkswagen T-Roc. Just so you know, both the vehicles share the modular transverse matrix (MQB-A) platform. Read: Volkswagen T-Cross – 5 Things To Know
The German carmaker will offer the SUV with twelve colour schemes along with a dual-tone paint finish. The interior will also get a dual-tone treatment. Some of its key features will include an 8.0-inch infotainment system, a 300W sound system, keyless entry, digital instruments, wireless smartphone charging and LED headlamps.
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Globally, the Volkswagen T-Cross will get lane keeping assist and autonomous emergency braking as standard safety features. The top-spec models will be exclusively offered with rear cross traffic alert and blind spot monitoring. Read – Upcoming Volkswagen Cars In India
While the global debut of the Volkswagen T-Cross will happen in coming months, it will see a release in late 2019. The compact SUV will also make its way to India, and will be positioned against the Hyundai Creta and the Renault Captur/Duster.
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