VW T-Cross 2023: Facelift & Dimensions

While the price of the VW T-Cross Facelift 2023 is still purely speculative, we already have initial information on the changes to the body and interior. The dimensions should not change.

With the VW T-Cross facelift the smallest crossover from VW 2023, which is related to the Polo, will receive a facelift. As our virtual drawing illustrates, it includes the front section with Arteon-style headlights, new bumpers, and eye-catching LED taillights. This brings the small SUV closer to its bigger siblings Tiguan and Touareg and maintains the new VW design line without the dimensions (4.11 m length, 1.78 m width, 1.58 m height) changing significantly. In the interior, we expect a completely new cockpit with a large display.

Soft-painted, finely grained surfaces should make VW quality visible again. As far as possible, it also appears that the digital cockpit will be part of the standard equipment after the facelift, analogous to the Polo facelift. Since then, the multifunction steering wheel has also been part of the small car, Incidentally, without the disadvantageous touch slider, standard. As there, the optional Climatronic in the VW T-Cross Facelift (2023) could also use the often scolded touch slider, while the simple air conditioning system continues to be operated using a haptic switch.

VW T-Cross 2023 Engine

With the VW T-Cross Facelift (2023) the names of the equipment lines will change. We have already seen the game with polo: He’s now called Polo, Life, and Style or R Line instead of Trendline, Comfortline, and Highline. Some of them have been upgraded and the range of options has been tightened. The R Line is also no longer an equipment package, but an independent variant.

Since the T-Cross already has an extensive arsenal of assistance systems with the market launch in 2019, we expect only minor adjustments here. When it comes to engines, the VW T-Cross Facelift (2023) should continue to rely on the 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine with 95 and 110 hp. It is quite possible that the 150 PS 1.5 TSI will not survive the facelift.

Elenor Kling

A tech lover and generally a car enthusiast who likes to do a lot of research and share knowledge.

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