Pre-sales are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2023.
The updated T-Cross is immediately recognisable by the new design of its front and rear with new integrated LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and LED taillight clusters.
The IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights are offered for the first time on the T-Cross.
In the interior of the new T-Cross is a free-standing infotainment display.
The standard touchscreen measures 20.3 cm (eight inches) across the diagonal; the top-of-the-range version has a 9.2-inch display with a diagonal of 23.4 cm.
In addition, all versions of the four-door five-seater will now be fitted with digital instruments as standard.
As in larger VW models, the dash panel features soft-upholstered and significantly higher-quality surface materials.
It has space for up to five people, and a rear bench seat that can be moved by 140 mm.
When all the seats are occupied, the T-Cross offers a luggage compartment capacity of between 385 and up to 455 litres when loaded up to the height of the rear bench seat.
When the rear bench seat is folded down (60:40 split), this creates a flat load area with a stowage volume of up to 1,281 litres (loaded up to the height of the front seat backrests).
The optionally available Travel Assist assist system permits semi-automated driving.
The T-Cross can control the vehicle’s speed with automatic acceleration and braking.
Travel Assist can also include speed limits, bends, and roundabouts in its control interventions.
At the same time, Lane Assist can help to keep the vehicle in its lane. The new T-Cross can automatically perform stop-and-go operations when fitted with the DSG.