Volkswagen officially enters the subcompact SUV segment with the T-Cross. Styling is reminiscent of the German brand's other boxy SUVs like the Tharu and Atlas. Up front it features a slim grille flanked by large headlight clusters. Its sides feature prominent wheel arches and distinctive sharp character lines. At the rear, a black trim panel connects the taillights, this gives the rear a unique appearance and accentuates the little SUV's width. Under the hood of the T-Cross is Volkswagen's 1.5-liter multi point fuel injection gasoline mill which makes 111hp and 145Nm of torque. Power is sent to the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission.