VW T-Cross Launches In The UK With £23,150 First Edition Limited Run

Volkswagen has introduced the First Edition to mark the launch of the T-Cross in the United Kingdom. It’s reserved for the first 250 customers of the subcompact crossover and will go on sale locally on February 5.

Priced from £23,150 ($30,376/€26,464), the T-Cross First Edition is finished in Pure White contrasted by black details and silver roof rails, has an exclusive decal on the C-pillars and rides on 18-inch alloy wheels.

Standard equipment of the T-Cross First Edition includes a Beats sound system with an extra subwoofer and Discover Media satellite navigation, black and grey trim, background lighting and sliding rear seats that provide either 140 mm (5.5 in) of extra legroom or free up an additional 70 liters (2.5 cu-ft) of boot capacity.

“The T-Cross is an exciting new addition to the growing Volkswagen SUV range, and there’s no better way to introduce it to the UK than offering something even more special to early customers”, said Product Manager Claire Haynes. “These first 250 cars represent everything the exceptional T-Cross stands for – practicality, usability, comfort and, of course, fun.”

A selection of driving assistance systems, such as Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Assist, Blind Spot Monitoring and Adaptive Cruise Control, are also on offer.

The T-Cross First Edition is offered solely with the brand’s 115 PS (113 hp / 85 kW) 1.0-liter petrol engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive.

While first deliveries of the First Edition will commence on April, the rest of the T-Cross range will be available to order in the UK starting March.

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  • Six_Tymes

    good decision to not offer a diesel

    • mm ds

      Rather than a gasoline, would you want to wait till newer model releases?

  • Can’t beat those 80’s decals on the side….

  • EM1

    I just want the ID Neo to come stateside.

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  • Matteo Tommasi

    Ugly AF

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