Meet the all new Volkswagen T-Cross​

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The new T-Cross was unveiled to the world on Thursday 25 October in Amsterdam, Holland. The brand’s all-new T-Cross continues Volkswagen’s SUV offensive and sits alongside T-Roc, Tiguan, Tiguan Allspace and Touareg in the SUV line-up.​


Complementing urban appeal with functional design. The new T-Cross leaves day-to-day conventions behind.​ With a length of 4,107mm and a height of 1,558mm, it is larger than a polo (4,053mm and 1,461mm) and smaller than a T-Roc (4,234mm and 1,573mm). 

You will be able to customise your T-Cross using a variety of bold exterior colours; a contrasting roof and pillar colour; a contrasting dashpad decor and various interior trim versions.​ The LED headlights have a singular signature style and have built-in LED daytime running lights with a dynamic hockey-stick design. The O-shaped chrome element in the bumper which surrounds the cornering light is a true eye-catcher.

You can choose the perfect colour scheme and design packs to suit you. 


 The interior in your T-Cross is versatile and adaptable, it will accommodate up to five adults and can be configured to all your personal needs. There is a wonderful feeling of freedom thanks to the raised seating position and roominess. It has class-leading load space thanks to the sliding rear seats. It’s an impressive 385-litres and 455-litres with the rear seats up.​ If you still need more, you can increase the loading space with the sliding and segmented rear seat bench and by altering the height and length of the centre armrests. Drivers will enjoy the high seating position typical of an SUV – 597 mm at the front and 652 mm at the rear.

The T-Cross also boasts a range of intuitive features including up to four USB ports (two in the front, two in the rear) and optional wireless smartphone charging. You can enjoy an expressive atmosphere inside your T-Cross, the background lighting of the "Style" package applies subtle accents – a pleasant touch, especially when driving at night.


With a wide range of cutting-edge techology, the T-Cross has you covered, whether it be latest traffic information, directions or listening to your favourite music. Using Volkswagen's Car-Net App Connect you can transfer your smartphone apps onto the touchscreen of your infotainment system for everything you need in one place. Supports Apple CarPlayTM, Android AutoTM by Google and MirrorLink®.

Boasting a high-resolution 12.3 inch TFT colour display unit, the new Active Info Display now comes with higher pixel density, more intense colours, brightness, and contrast.​ You can select different views and display additional content, such as the rev counter, speedometer and mileage recorder, on the instrument cluster.

The radio and navigation systems in the T-Cross bring clarity and precision thanks to the colour touchscreen, up to six loudspeakers and plenty of connection options.


Using innovative technology, the T-Cross has been designed with safety in mind. The most compact of Volkswagen’s SUVs automatically activates emergency braking through the city emergency braking system, including pedestrian monitoring, to protect a distracted smartphone user who walks out into the road.

It's “Blind Spot” sensors use LEDs in the exterior mirror to warn you about vehicles in your blind spot. While reversing, the built-in Rear Traffic Alert monitors the area behind your vehicle, warning you of any traffic crossing your path.

The Park Distance Control emits acoustic and visual warnings if it detects obstacles in front of or behind your vehicle. The built-in Manoeuvre Braking Function can help you to avoid collisions or reduce their severity when reversing at speeds of up to 6 mph by automatically applying the emergency brake. And when driving forward, you can activate manoeuvre braking at the press of a button.

From speeds above 37 mph, the “Lane Assist” lane departure warning can detect whether the vehicle has inadvertently departed from the marked lane and initiates a corrective steering intervention to bring the driver’s attention back to the road.