Volkswagen launched its flagship concept car named VW T-Cross Breeze. The cars were predicted would be a competitor of the Range Rover Evoque was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show 2016.
|VW T-Cross Breeze concept at the Geneva Motor Show 2016. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xi1ux)|
The T-Cross concept could be claimed to evoke memories of the Volkswagen Thing, but it's hard to argue that it brings any of that classic convertible's unique charm or presence.
Although only a concept, but there are some leaks about the technology used in the car. Active Info Display, systems that are connected directly to a satellite network is able to provide information regarding the road to be avoided when the car is in a semi-offroad track. Similarly, as quoted from Leftlanenews on Wednesday, March 2, 2016.
|Right side view of VW T-Cross Breeze concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xi1ux)|
Its entertainment system equipped with the 300 W powered audio devices system that connected to a touch-sensitive interface. Such technology has been applied to the upscale BMW products.
|Rear side view of VW T-Cross Breeze concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Xi1ux)|
Inside, the T-Cross shows off the futuristic design and not-quite-ready-for-prime-time look common to concepts. One particularly trick feature is a component of the "Active Info Display," a feature which is designed to mimic smartphone or tablet interfaces in the T-Cross Breeze's infotainment system. When the concept's driver aids detect that the vehicle is being operated off-road, the display switches to a mode that models the features of the surrounding topography and helps drivers identify areas that should be avoided.
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