Volkswagen Announced Two New SUVs At Geneva Motor Show

Posted: Mar 7 2016, 9:06am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Volkswagen Announced Two New SUVs at Geneva Motor Show
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  • Volkswagen announced two new SUVs to come at Geneva!

The all-new small SUVs by VW will be inspired by the T-Cross Breeze concept and placed beneath the Tiguan trio line-up.

At last week’s 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Volkswagen announced it will release two new SUVs. The new SUVs will be small sized and placed beneath the Tiguan tri line-up.

Of the two new SUVs the smaller one will be a pint-sized B-segment SUV closely related to the Polo. The larger SUV will be a C-segment or Golf-size SUV. It will be placed below the D-segment Tiguan and E-segment Touareg.

The news was confirmed by the Volkswagen chairman Dr Herbert Diess. According to Diess, Volkswagen plans to fill every mainstream SUV segment.

Dr. Diess also announced 2016 will be a year of new beginnings for Volkswagen. Volkswagen has vowed to put an end to the Dieselgate emissions scandal before 2016.

Volkswagen also presented the T-Cross Breeze concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The T-Cross Breeze marks the start of a broad SUV offensive by Volkswagen. It is possible the new upcoming small SUVs will be based on the T-Cross Breeze.

Since the T-Cross Breeze concept features two small doors and could even remain a convertible. Volkswagen has also stated at Geneva, the T-Cross Breeze is the most compact sports utility vehicle by the brand ever.

The T-Cross Breeze is also the first open-top SUV of its class and will feature an affordable price tag. The T-Cross Breeze concept will enter production by 2018 and could even be expanded into two small SUVs.

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