At a glance: The new Volkswagen T-Cross – a dynamic companion wherever life takes you
The smallest SUV in the Volkswagen family runs on two agile, effective three-cylinder engines with a displacement of 1.0 litres.
A fusion of technologies: Assistance, comfort and driving dynamics systems allow for a new level of safety and performance
Digitalised cockpit: Displays of the instruments and infotainment system merge into a new “Innovision Cockpit”
Night becomes day: “Nightvision” and new “IQ.Light – LED matrix headlight” ensure increased safety in the dark
Lighter and bigger: The aluminium-steel body of the new Touareg weighs 106 kg less and the luggage compartment has an additional 113 litres
In the future, your own profile and preferences will always be with you – regardless of which Volkswagen model you're driving
Volkswagen presents the next milestone in ease of use
Visionary ID. electric car being shown for first time in the USA
An ambassador: the ID. is the first Volkswagen of a new fleet of electric cars
It runs and runs: the ID. has a range of 400 to 600 kilometres
Ready for the future: the ID. concept car demonstrates a fully automated mode for the year 2025
The Golf GTI Clubsport S breaks the lap record for front-wheel-drive cars on the Nürburgring Nordschleife, with a time of 07:49:21
This exclusive GTI is a two-seater with a 310 PS engine and newly configured chassis
"The two inventions of the century, the car and the computer, are gradually converging. We need to design future mobility to be even more intelligent and networked."
Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, CEO Volkswagen AG
The specified fuel consumption and emission data have been determined according to the measurement procedures prescribed by law. Since 1st September 2017, certain new vehicles are already being type-approved according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP), a more realistic test procedure for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Starting on September 1st 2018, the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) will be replaced by the WLTP in stages. Owing to the more realistic test conditions, the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions measured according to the WLTP will, in many cases, be higher than those measured according to the NEDC. For further information on the differences between the WLTP and NEDC, please visit www.volkswagen.de/wltp.
We are currently still required by law to state the NEDC figures. In the case of new vehicles which have been type-approved according to the WLTP, the NEDC figures are derived from the WLTP data. It is possible to specify the WLTP figures voluntarily in addition until such time as this is required by law. In cases where the NEDC figures are specified as value ranges, these do not refer to a particular individual vehicle and do not constitute part of the sales offering. They are intended exclusively as a means of comparison between different vehicle types. Additional equipment and accessories (e.g. add-on parts, different tyre formats, etc.) may change the relevant vehicle parameters, such as weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics, and, in conjunction with weather and traffic conditions and individual driving style, may affect fuel consumption, electrical power consumption, CO2 emissions and the performance figures for the vehicle.
Further information on official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the “Guide on the fuel economy, CO2 emissions and power consumption of new passenger car models”, which is available free of charge at all sales dealerships and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, D-73760 Ostfildern, Germany and at www.dat.de.