After the earlier confirmation about the production VW T-Cross premiere sometime this year, Volkswagen has finally announced that the new entry-level Polo based T-Cross compact SUV will be showcased and subsequently arrive by the end of 2018. The launch of the model has been announced in a video in which Volkswagen unveiled its upcoming launches for 2018.
However, the German automaker has not announced the reveal date or location of the T-Cross yet. Since VW had the global debut of its concept almost two years ago, it has been one of the hotly anticipated SUV of the 19 SUVs that VW plans to add its line-up by 2020. The T-Cross Breeze will be positioned below the T-Roc in their official line up.
The T-Cross was introduced as a concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016 and was dubbed the T-Cross Breeze and is currently undergoing road tests internationally. Now the German automotive manufacturer Volkswagen has confirmed that there will be a production-spec version of this model, which will be launched in 2020 and will join the T-Cross family. Though the concept version of T-Cross was a 2-door convertible SUV, it is expected that the production version will be launched as a conventional 5-door SUV.