Volkswagen’s reorientation around technology continues. At the Geneva International Motor Show, the company presented the fascinating open-top T-Cross Breeze concept car, which marks the start of a broad SUV initiative.


Following the BUDD-e at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Volkswagen surprised visitors in Geneva too with a trendy concept car. The T-Cross Breeze is the most compact sports utility vehicle that there will be from Volkswagen. It is the first open-top SUV of its class, and at the same time an affordable cabriolet with a raised seating position for perfect visibility.


Just like the BUDD-e, the T-Cross Breeze also has a concept of vehicle controls featuring scarcely a single switch. Dr. Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Volkswagen Brand Board of Management, explained: “2016 will be a year of new beginnings for Volkswagen. With the T-Cross we are providing a first look ahead to Volkswagen models to come. We will in particular be significantly developing our range of SUVs and in future offering an SUV in every core segment.”


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