Almost a year after the unveiling of the compact T-Roc another member of the extended SUV family of Volkswagen  The latest prototype is for a new SUV that VW unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2016 with the T-Cross Breeze Concept (see below).
It's probably production The model retains the name T-Cross, just as we saw it transitioning from concept to production in the T-Roc.
Although the T-Cross concept was in the shape of a convertible, the production version, which will spawn it, will have a conventional five-door SUV body. A convertible option is not excluded.
The vehicle is underpinned as the smallest version of the VW MQB platform. Both front and four-wheel versions are expected, as well as manual and dual-clutch transmissions. Powertrains are probably shared with the latest Polo.
Volkswagen T-Cross Breeze Concept, 2016 Geneva Motor Show  Enlarge Photo
Look for early next Year after a debut of the T-Cross. Possible competitors are the Chevrolet Trax, the Honda HR-V, the Hyundai Kona and the Kia Stonic.
Unfortunately, the vehicle will prove to be too small for American tastes, so do not expect to see one in local showrooms. VW has also ruled out selling the T-Roc here. Instead, we get our own compact SUV in the style of the medium-sized Atlas. It will go into production in 2020.
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