2024 Volkswagen T-Cross

In the first spy shots, the VW T-Cross Facelift can be seen; the B-SUV will debut in 2024.

  • The facelift that the Volkswagen T-Cross Facelift 2024 will undergo was taking longer than expected.
  • We knew that the German brand had camouflaged prototypes since almost the end of last year, but we had not had the opportunity to see it on the road, something on the other hand that is normal in a brand like the German one that only shows the prototypes of its models when it is interested.
  • .But the Volkswagen T-Cross has already been hunted in winter testing in Sweden.
  • The smallest in the range of SUVs from the Wolfsburg brand has been caught under heavy snowfall in some early tests, and in full dodge maneuver to avoid some feared spy photos from which it has not been able to escape.
  • The T-Cross has been camouflaged with the usual stickers that distort the actual design of the model, resembling the model currently on sale.

First spies of the Brazilian version

New Photos

Source: motor1.com

Volkswagen T-Cross Facelift Spied With Almost No Camouflage.

Volkswagen’s entry-level crossover has no camouflage, but the front fascia has a new shape, headlights, upper grille, and lower bumper grille.

Taillights, panel, and bumper may receive tweaks to match revised front bumper.

The facelifted T-Cross is expected to debut later this year, possibly going on sale before the end of 2023. It shares its underpinnings with the Polo and is competing in Europe’s B-segment with Ford Puma.

Source: motor1.com

2024 VW T-Cross Says No To Camouflage.

The 2024 Volkswagen T-Cross has minor design changes, with new headlamps, grille, bumper, and taillights. The front bumper has a new pattern, while the rear bumper has similar trim, larger reflectors, and taillights. The tailgate and spoiler above the rear windscreen carry over. The interior may receive updates, such as improving material quality and updating the infotainment system and digital gauges. While there are no major stylistic upgrades, the T-Cross remains a modestly revised vehicle.