Market launch for dealers will begin in the first quarter of 2024. Meanwhile, the company stresses that the improved quality of the materials and the general design of the vehicle’s interior, as well as the technical updates, respond to the requests received from its customers. Since its launch in 2018, the German manufacturer’s production centre in Navarra has produced a total of 693,611 units of the T-Cross model.
The first car to roll off the assembly line was a T-Cross with R-Line finish, in “grape yellow” (a solid, striking and sporty yellow), with a 150 hp 1.5 TSI petrol engine and DSG gearbox, destined for the Slovak Republic.
Imelda Labbé, Head of Sales, Marketing and Aftersales at Volkswagen, highlighted the new T-Cross’s new design, new infotainment system and the higher quality of the entire interior. “Our compact SUV offers plenty of space for a family of five, plenty of storage space, economical engines and a high level of safety,” he said.
Michael Hobusch, President of Volkswagen Navarra, highlighted the “excellent work of all the teams at the factory to raise the vehicle’s quality level even further to a higher segment and to offer a great car that meets the wishes of our customers”.
Finally, Alfredo Morales, president of the Volkswagen Navarra Works Committee, said that “with this new product, we continue to take firm steps towards the continuity and improvement of a plant and its workforce with a great future”.