Volkswagen T-Cross: The compact crossover getting a makeover between eye-catching design and advanced technology

The new Volkswagen T-Cross gets a restyling that updates its looks and content without affecting its overall philosophy.

With a length increased by 27 mm compared to the previous model, the T-Cross features a front end with a new grille and bumper shape.

The base and Life versions boast standard LED headlights, while the Style is equipped with LED Matrix IQ.Light. The rear also gets a makeover with new graphics in the headlights and new alloy wheel designs.

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A new look
Time for changes for the Volkswagen T-Cross. The Wolfsburg automaker's most compact crossover receives a full-bodied redesign that updates its looks and content, without changing the overall philosophy much or intervening in the engines.
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Availability and price
Available from early 2024, the T-Cross will be configurable on the official website by the end of the year. Still to be announced are prices, which should not stray too far from the approximately 24,000 euros needed for the basic version currently available at dealerships.
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As little as the new features may seem at first glance, the T-Cross has actually changed quite a bit. At 4,135 mm in length, it has increased by 27 mm compared to the previous model, and at the front you can recognize a new grille and a newly shaped bumper at the fog lamps.
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The basic and Life versions have LED headlights as standard, while the richer Style is equipped with Matrix IQ LEDs. Light that can be recognized by the two bright inserts in the center of the grille. Important news in the rear as well, with the headlights receiving new graphics. Also of note are the Silver-colored underbody insert, three new alloy wheel designs, and separate reflectors in the rear bumpers. In addition, the paint range has been expanded with the introduction of Grape Yellow, Clear Blue Metallic and Kings Red Metallic shades.
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The changes continue in the cabin, with a further refined dashboard featuring new materials and soft-touch padding. The T-Cross and Life versions are offered with an 8-inch central display, while the Style and R-Line get a 10-inch screen. In both cases, we find updated infotainment software, while in the center of the cabin are new backlit touch controls to manage climate control.
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In terms of engines, the T-Cross can always be chosen in three gasoline declinations. The first two are offered with a 95- and 116-hp 1.0 TSI (the latter has been upgraded from the pre-restyling's 110 hp). The top of the line, however, is the 150-hp 1.5 TSI evo2 equipped with an active cylinder management system and a turbocharger with a variable geometry turbine. The most powerful engine has a 7-speed DSG as standard, while the automatic is optional for the 116-hp 1.0 TSI. Finally, the 95-hp 1.0 TSI is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.
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