The Volkswagen T-Cross has been teased again ahead of its debut, this time in a video clip that reveals part of its interior. The small SUV is based on the company’s MQB platform for transverse-engined models such as the Polo, and at 4,107 mm long, it will be the smallest in the German brand’s line-up of SUVs.

Here, the T-Cross is seen to draw its aesthetic from its bigger sibling the T-Roc, though the rear end of the T-Cross features a full-width light bar. The compact SUV is designed with practicality in mind; luggage capacity is between 385 litres to 455 litres with the rear seats in place, depending on their position. This increases to 1,281 litres with the rear seats folded, according to Autocar.

Under the hood, the T-Cross will share its powertrain with the Polo, which will include engines like the 115 PS/200 Nm, 1.0 litre TSI turbo petrol and 150 PS/250 Nm 1.5 litre TSI turbo petrol. The T-Cross will do without a GTI variant, as the badge will be reserved for Up, Polo and Golf hatchbacks, Autocar reports. The range could also include the 1.6 TDI turbodiesel.

The short teaser video above shows that the T-Cross will feature digital instrumentation like on its larger siblings, while the infotainment system appears to be a widescreen unit, and indicates the use of a Beats Audio sound system in the compact SUV. There will also be wireless charging for mobile devices in the lower section of the centre console.

It appears, then, that the Volkswagen T-Cross will be generously equipped. The exact specifications should be known when Volkswagen’s smallest SUV yet makes its debut soon.

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