Volkswagen SUV Excretion

Volkswagen made the first appearance of the anticipated SUV model T-Cross in Amsterdam. Designed as an entirely new model, the T-Cross is an ideal companion for urban use.

T-Cross, designed according to MQB-Modular Platform Management fundamentals, provides a wide interior space where 5 people can travel comfortably with its 4,11 meter length and 2,56 meter wide axle distance. In order to add flexibility to the interior as much as possible from the functional point of view, it is possible to increase the luggage volume by sliding the rear seats forward up to 14 cm. Thus, the luggage volume can be increased from 385 liters to 455 liters. When the rear seats, which can be partially or fully tilted, are also taken into account, the luggage volume can be up to 1,281 liters.

State-of-the-art driving assistance systems

Many driving assist systems, which were previously unique to upper-segment cars, are available as optional in T-Cross's hardware options. These systems, together with the high level of protection offered to passengers, further increase safety and make driving comfortable. Front Zone Assistant with Pedestrian Detection System and City Emergency Brake Support feature Blind Spot Warning System, Lane Replacement Assistant, Lane Change Assistant, Lane Keeping Assistant, Stripe Tracking Assistant to help keep the car in lane, Proactive Passenger Protection System and integrated Back Traffic Alert Features are optional. In addition to these, Fatigue Detection System, Adaptive Cruise Control and Parallel Parking Assist are available. Gasoline and diesel, with different engine options, the T-Cross continues to work on models will be sold in Turkey. Gasoline, three-cylinder 1.0 TSI engines produce 95 PS and 115 PS respectively. The top option is the power of the four-cylinder 1.5 TSI engine 150 PS. There is also a choice of 1.6 TDI diesel engines with 95 PS power. All engines are manufactured in accordance with the latest European emission standards.

Volkswagen's SUV Excretion

Just like its brother Polo, the new T-Cross will be produced in Spain and Volkswagen is taking the world-class SUV leap forward. In 2016, this breakthrough, which started with Tiguan, continued in 2017 with a 7-seater Tiguan Allspace and a compact T-Roc.

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