This type of camouflage is a first in the history of approval test drives at Volkswagen. So far, prototypes have been disguised in a black and white pattern, so no one could make out details of new vehicles. In the industry, this is known as a covered drive. The T-Cross will be different. The small SUV is aimed at young customers and getting them excited about the brand – a goal that becomes evident even now, during the testing phase. “Black Uni”, “Energetic Orange” and “Makena Turquoise” are the names of the paint colors used for this car. The resulting camouflage turns the covered drive into a colored drive.
The T-Cross is meant to attract attention
“It was very important to us to create a car that stands out in traffic,” says Klaus Bischoff, chief designer of the Volkswagen brand. “When you design an SUV, you have to make it look as if it could conquer any road on the planet. Independent, masculine, powerful. And these are all attributes the T-Cross has.”