After passing some bad things and difficulties, VW Group has now started to re-organize their moves. The latest news, the famous German automaker is said to have uploaded a teaser of their latest small SUV.
The teaser image released looks tempting enough. In fact, with the presence of a teaser many are speculating that the latest small SUV of Volkswagen will be launched at the Geneva Motor Show 2016 on March 2016.
|VW small SUV concept teased before Geneva reveal. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XUSMj)|
Although for teaser circulating not describe in detail the form of the newest small SUV, but some parts have been quite visible, among others, is the front of the car carrying the headlights with LED designed with the form of slanted sharply and daytime running light (DRL) LED display on the bumper. The small SUV from Volkswagen itself, also has been wrapped in a yellow dress with plastic cladding on the bottom of the bumper up toward the fender.
The teaser is believed to be the latest small SUV generation of the Volkswagen also performed with the engine protector of aluminum material for the bottom of the front bumper. Then do not forget also it given the latest rims model are painted with two color combinations.
Considering this is just a teaser image, then to interior details remain unknown until today. Only, from some rumor that sounded the German car manufacturer is going to apply the same cabin concept of VW Budd-E which carries the minimal buttons design and looks much simpler due to the button has been replaced by more advanced technology of the touch screen which only need gesture and certainly more functional and sophisticated.
Based on information from Worldcarfans on Tuesday, February 23, 2016, Volkswagen said that the small SUV would become the vehicle known as the 'trendy, affordable SUV'. To the production name itself Volkswagen yet determine, but from some observers predict that this new vehicle will be named VW T-Cross. This car is targeted to enter the production line in 2018 and is positioned in the segment below the VW Tiguan. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | WORLDCARFANS]
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