Volkswagen unveiled a sketch previewing the lines of the subcompact T-Cross SUV that it hopes to sell in the near future. In fact, the vehicle is expected to debut this fall, possibly at the Paris Motor Show.
Assembled on the new flexible MQB platform, the T-Cross will be positioned under the T-Roc and will join the Touareg, Tiguan and Tiguan Allspace in the company's European range of SUVs.
Volkswagen's approach with the T-Cross is to offer more, without asking for more. Despite it's small size, the T-Cross can be configured to free up more leg space for rear passengers, or for more cargo space, thanks to a sliding rear seat.
At this time, details remain scarce about this upcoming SUV, but you can bet we'll hear more during the summer.
For now, the German automaker has confirmed that the new vehicle will be available throughout Europe, Chine and South America. At the time of this writing, we still have not learned of their North American intentions.
Of course, given the popularity of SUVs of this size, do not be surprised if the T-Cross arrives in the United States shortly after it's launch in the European market.