Anyone who takes a seat in the new Volkswagen will enjoy superior visibility due to the elevated seating position – typical of an SUV. The good all-round visibility also engenders a feeling of safety and confidence in T-Cross occupants. The interior is extremely spacious, thus giving the feeling of sitting in a larger vehicle. This impression is backed up by the high-quality materials. Due to its high flexibility, the vehicle interior can be rapidly and easily adapted as required to suit the occupants’ living and transport situation. This flexibility starts with a rear bench seat that can be moved by 14 centimetres, thereby noticeably increasing the footwell for the passengers in the second row or the luggage volume as required. It continues with a rear seat backrest, which can be split 60:40 and either fully or partially folded down, and culminates in an optional folding front passenger seat rest which, in combination with a dividing rear bench seat, creates enough space even for very long objects – from wakeboards to ski bags – to be transported.
The large-format dash pads correspond in colour and structure to the seat materials, the steering wheel clasp, the painted central console, the platinum grey trim colour and the exterior finishes. This gives the interior of the vehicle a cool, sporty look. The design packages available for both the Life and Style equipment lines also offer 3D décor for the dash pad, two-tone seat surfaces, a steering wheel clasp and central console in a matching tones, and colour-coordinated wing mirrors and wheels. The owner can choose from three attractive colour variants: Black, Energetic Orange and Bamboo Garden. The indirect ambient lighting accentuates the vehicle’s interior. Electric windows on all four doors and a height-adjustable driver seat also come as standard.
One highlight is the rear bench seat, which can be moved by up to 14 centimetres, thus enabling the footwell or the luggage area to be extended. In addition, the rear seat backrest can be split 60:40 and either fully or partially folded down. Electric windows in all four doors and a height-adjustable driver seat are also provided as standard.
The T-Cross will be available with a digital cockpit featuring a latest-generation eight-inch Infotainment touchscreen and Active Info Display on request. Both displays are arranged on a single visual and operating axis, blending into a clearly visible digital landscape that can be seen by all passengers. The controls are generally very intuitive. An inductive charging interface will ensure sufficient power for smartphones. Up to four USB ports are available as optional extras.