Polo-sized SUV: Since 2018, the T-Cross has been the entry-level model in VW’s SUV range. The small SUV shines with suitability for everyday use and a variability that is not a matter of course in this class – with a maximum trunk volume of 1281 liters or a sliding rear seat bench. Since the VW Polo and the larger T-Roc have already received a facelift, How To Cars firmly expects that the T-Cross will soon be modernized as well.
New aprons, fresh colors and the latest infotainment
New aprons, colors and rims should make the T-Cross optically fit for the next few years – VW may also donate a continuous light strip for the higher equipment variants. Inside, AUTO BILD speculates on the current infotainment generation with a larger 9.2-inch touchscreen, which has already upgraded the Polo and is in the mini-SUV coupé Taigo. In the course of the revision, there is also hope that the choice of materials in the interior will develop a little more in the direction of polo and that the hard plastic will be replaced at least in part by soft touch.
T-Cross probably with a modernized 1.5 TSI evo2
Technically, no major changes are to be expected. The three-cylinders will remain the same and the top engine of the T-Cross, the 1.5 TSI, will also be retained – then probably in the latest, Euro 7-compatible “evo2” version. The prices are likely to be raised slightly as part of the facelift. They currently start at 21,445 euros.