The future new machine from the German concern, which will be made on the basis of Polo, completes own tests.
Paparazzi fixed a car with a minimal camouflage, placed on the body, a few days ago.
The appearance of the test car hints that Volkswagen T-Cross has acquired the prototype T-Roc, shown a year ago in Frankfurt.
A front-wheel drive is being prepared for Volkswagen T-Cross and the car can be supplied with an all-wheel drive transmission optionally. In addition, the model will be replenished with gasoline turboengines 1.0 l by 116 hp, 1.4 l by 150 hp, 2.0 l by 190 hp. The engines will be able to work with a six-speed MCP or a seven-speed "robot" DSG.
Volkswagen's debut serial T-Cross in October in Paris. Europe will begin selling the novelty at the end 2018.