A teaser of Volkswagen’s small SUV concept has been revealed and it’s definitely not related to the Taigun. While there isn’t much to go about, this is likely the widely rumoured Volkswagen T-Cross concept, reportedly a sister model to the T-ROC concept. This compact SUV will be making its way to Geneva along with the facelifted Volkswagen up!.

From a glance, the concept here sports a pair of very sleek headlamps that house LED daytime running lights, while square-shaped LEDs are placed on the lower bumper. The SUV also appears to sport black cladding on the front bumper that also runs along the wheel arches.

Furthermore, that yellow body paint perhaps indicates the signature scheme of the concept. While vaguely visible, at the front, the SUV seems to have been fitted with underbody protection. However, more visible to the eyes are the two-toned alloy wheels that the concept SUV sits on.

A few minor details have been given by the company, including it featuring “hardly any switches” and that it has much in common with the BUDD-e concept. According to Volkswagen, the concept SUV will “liven up the compact car class as a trendy and affordable SUV.” The brand also goes on to explain that it’s “the beginning of a broad SUV offensive.”

Like the Golf-based T-ROC, the possible Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V rival here will sit on the Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) platform. It will reportedly sit beneath the Tiguan and Touareg, and production models will be heading to markets “currently experiencing large growth for SUV models.”