Two years after it was introduced as a concept, the T-Cross is now on its way to its world premiere. On its test drive, the experts don’t reveal all of the car’s details. They just give a few hints. As an option, the T-Cross will be available with a digital cockpit, including an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen, the active info display, four USB connections, and wireless charging for smartphones. Also available in the car’s five trim levels is a 300 watt Beats sound system with subwoofer.
I am practical
The practicality of the T-Cross will quickly become obvious to passengers in the back. The rear seat row is adjustable by up to 15 centimeters. “The T-Cross is extremely flexible, thanks to the modular transverse toolkit. When you go on vacation with kids and lots of luggage, you can slide the rear seats forward to create the maximum amount of storage in the trunk,” explains Andreas Krüger. “And when you take your grown-up friends out for a ride around town, you just slide the seats back for added comfort.”