Entry-level crossover gets revised front end and new infotainment system running upgraded software.
The updated Volkswagen T-Cross has been unveiled ahead of its planned launch during the first quarter of 2024.
The sister model to the Seat Arona and Skoda Kamiq receives a number of subtle exterior styling changes, including a new-look front bumper featuring redesigned daytime driving lights on either side, a larger central duct and a silver-coloured kick plate within its lower section.
Further changes are focused on the headlights. They receive redesigned graphics as well as LED operation as standard. In a move that brings it into line with other recent new Volkswagen models, the facelifted T-Cross also adopts an LED light bar within a revised grille.
At the rear, there are new-look tail-lights within a full-width cluster, with the Style and R-Line models receiving individual X-shape graphics.
The rear bumper has also been redesigned, with a silver-coloured kick plate mirroring the look at the front.
Buyers can optionally order the facelifted T-Cross with Volkswagen’s IQ Light system with adaptive matrix functionality.
It also comes in three new exterior colours: Grape Yellow, Clear Blue Metallic and Kings Red Metallic.
The interior of the T-Cross has been also reworked for 2024. Along with a revised dashboard and door trims featuring softer-touch materials, it receives digital instruments as standard.
The base T-Cross and Life versions feature an 8.0-inch display, while the Style and R-Line versions adopt a 10-inch display as part of a new Digital Cockpit system.
There are also new infotainment touchscreens measuring 8.0-inch in the T-Cross and Life models and 9.2-inch in the Style and R-Line models. The MIB software controlling the screen has also been updated.
T-Cross models equipped with the optional Climamatic air-conditioning system also receive digital displays together with touch and slider controls.
The engine line-up for the T-Cross remains unchangedwith two petrol units: a 1.0-litre three-cylinder or a 1.5-litre four-cylinder.
Transmission choices are a standard six-speed manual and an optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.
Volkswagen has delivered 1.2 million T-Crosses to customers since its introduction in 2019.