Child sat on bonnet of VW T Cross

New Volkswagen T-Cross

From £27,815

The brand new compact SUV, that walks, talks and acts like a Polo!

Part of the VW SUV family, the T-Cross provides the excellent handling of a hatchback, with the added storage space and comfort of an SUV. With front assist and lane assist as standard, you can be rest assured the T-Cross will keep you in safe hands. Search new T-Cross stock available today.

Volkswagen have added a smaller SUV to their growing family, the brand new T-Cross will be the smallest of the range.

Based on the Polo, this stunning new SUV brings together the excellent handling of a hatchback, with the added storage space and comfort of an SUV.

With an attractive exterior design and imaginative interior, the new T-Cross looks well set to further improve the, already strong, current VW SUV offering.

2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition

Interior Design

Your Volkswagen T-Cross is is versatile and adaptable. You can configure this SUV to meet your personal needs, making it a match made in car heaven!

With up to 455 litres of storage space, the T-Cross is deceptively roomy meaning there's plenty of room you, your friends and all your luggage

Rear seating is highly adaptable. Extra legroom can be made for you passengers and adaptable rear seating also allows for extra space when carrying larger items around in your car.

A pleasant touch in the new VW SUV are the design packs available in the SE & SEL, choose from Energetic Orange or Bamboo Garden Green for your interior colour motif.

Exterior Design

The T-Cross is available in 4 trim levels including S, SE, SEL and the range-topping R-Line spec. This latest addition to the Volkswagen SUV family showcases a contemporary style that's bound to make a lasting impression.

With striking reflective strips, built-in LED daytime running lights​ and available in 12 different colours including Flame Red, Reef Blue and Energetic Orange the T-Cross is built to catch the eye.

You can add a personal touch to your Volkswagen T-Cross. With a range of 16 -18 inch alloy wheels, take your pick to add that finishing touch to your perfect SUV.


The new T-Cross is available in 3 engine types, the diesel version is not available as yet. So for the time being Volkswagen are offering the T-Cross with a 1.0l petrol engine with up 115PS a 7 speed DSG gearbox and 112g/km.

The range starts with a 1.0l 95PS three-cylinder petrol engine, but if you're looking for more power that what you see here a new 1.5 TSI EVO 150PS petrol engine has been released.

One other element that will remain a constant throughout the T-Cross range is that all models will be very cheap to run. Even the quicker 1.5l version will remain frugal as the engine technology means that it can run on half its cylinders to help save fuel.


The VW T-Cross holds many fantastic technological features, all to aid you in making your journeys easier and more enjoyable.

Compatible with Car-Net, this transfers your smartphone apps onto the touchscreen of your Infotainment system. This App Supports Apple CarPlayTM, Android AutoTM by Google and MirrorLink®.

A great feature of this model is the new Active Info Display. This High resolution 12.3" touchscreen, can display different views as well as additional content such as such as the rev counter and speedometer.

The “Comfort” mobile phone interface enables relaxed, safe telephone conversations while driving, as well as inductive charging. It can be operated from the multi-function display, the steering wheel or the radio touchscreen.


It would probably be easy to think with such an attractive interior that Volkswagen have gone for style over substance with the T-Cross.

However, the Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Programme) team would beg to differ. At their latest round of testing the T-Cross came out with their prized five-star accolade.

When you consider that the new small SUV comes with front assist, including pedestrian monitoring, city emergency braking system, lane assist, hill start assist and the proactive occupant protection system all as standard. It's easy to see why they took the gold standard!

2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition
2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition
2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition
2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition
2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition
2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition
2023 Volkswagen T-Cross Black Edition

What trim levels are on the Volkswagen T-Cross?

SE Trim Level

  • 17” Clayton Alloy Wheels
  • Blind spot detection
  • Front fog lights
  • Manually controlled air conditioning system
  • Alarm with interior protection
  • Electrically folding exterior mirrors
  • Wireless App-Connect
  • Preparation for navigation system with media and internet package
  • Lane Assist

Move Trim Level

  • 16” Zurich Alloy Wheels
  • Lane Assist
  • Parking sensors, front and rear
  • Blind spot detection
  • Preparation for navigation system with media and internet package
  • Wireless App-Connect
  • Electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors, foldable with lowering front passenger function
  • Lumbar support in front seats
  • Interior ambient lighting and surround lighting
  • Decorative inserts for special edition

Black Edition Trim Level

  • 17” Manila Alloy Wheels
  • Sports Comfort seats in front
  • LED headlamps for low beam and high beam
  • Decorative inserts- 'Transition' High-Gloss Black/Platinum Grey
  • Privacy glass for rear side windows and rear window
  • Carpet mats, front and rear
  • Black Styling Pack Upholstery 'Diag' cloth Neutral/Titan Black
  • Exterior mirror housings - black

SEL Trim Level ​

  • 17" Chesterfield Alloy wheels,
  • Silver roof rails
  • Air Care ‘Climatronic’ (2-zone) air conditioning system
  • Standard navigation system with media and internet package

R-Line Trim Level ​

  • 18" Nevada Alloy wheels
  • Digital Cockpit Pro - Multi-coloured digital cockpit with various selectable information profiles
  • R-Line pack
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Volkswagen T-Cross Review

We take a look at Volkswagen's smallest SUV, The T-Cross

What is it?

The SUV market continues to boom and the small SUV is one of the most hotly contested sub-genres therein.

Volkswagen, who were relatively late the SUV market in general, are yet to dip their respective toe into the supermini SUV waters. But here comes their first foray. The T-Cross looks set to do battle with the likes of its stablemate, the SEAT Arona in the baby SUV market. But there will also be competition from the likes of Nissan, Skoda and Mini to think about.

But if the build, ride and design quality from other VW offerings continues to shine through then we're sure the Germans will have another success on their hands!

How does it look?

Many have thought that the T-Cross would essentially be an SUV version of the Polo, but since then VW have confirmed that the design will not be taken from the supermini.

The brilliantly exciting T-Cross will sit below the T-Roc, Tiguan and Touareg in terms of sizing on the VW SUV line-up.

But the new supermini SUV will feature a more squared off look compared with the T-Roc. First look images of the new model seem to confirm that there will be LED lights at the front and rear, the rear ones running the length of the back panel above the VW badge and new T-Cross labelling.

What's it like inside?

The T-Cross will look to have more colour injected into its interior to make the space more engaging and with the design packs, you can add as much colour as you like. Energetic orange (seen here) and Bamboo Garden Green are a couple of the colour options on offer, so you can go as out there or chilled as you like.

The boot space is set to be a real feature with 455 litres coming as standard, including having the option slide the the complete rear seating bench, you can also fold it flat to create over 1,200 litres of storage space.

This means that the T-Cross is right at the top of the small SUV market for storage space. Check out our blog now to see just how much storage space there is in the new T-Cross

What wheels can I get with the new T-Cross

The one theme that remains in place no matter which way you look at the new T-Cross in colour!

Wherever you look on the new small SUV your greeted with eye-popping colour! And this doesn't end with your alloys. Initially it's worth going through what you can get in standard finish.

Even the range-starting S trim line gets 16" Rochester alloys as standard which come in a burnished finish. The SE & SEL models both have 17" alloy choices, whilst the top-of-the-range R-Line features 18" options.

But here comes the colour, you can choose from burnished, Hot Orange or Bamboo Garden Green finishes on your alloys to really make your ride pop out of the background!

front profile view of volkswagen t cross october 2018 driving on road
interior energetic orange
side profile of teal volkswagen t cross october 2018 parked in city

What colours does the T-Cross come in?

As you would expect from a car that, thus far, has made the Chelsea Flower Show look dull in terms of colour, the T-Cross will be available in a plethora of colours.

If you don't want to go too off the wall in terms of the appearance of your T-Cross, you can plump for finishes like: Pure White, Black, Urano Grey or maybe Champagne Silver. But if you really want to create an impression (and most of you might) then why not look at pushing the boat out with Reef Blue or bursting onto the scene in Flash Red.

There's T-Cross for every style and personality!

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