China started selling Volkswagen T-Cross in the R-Line versionJune 11, 2019
With the increase in configurations, R-Line acquires the all-wheel drive system and becomes more expensive.
In China, Volkswagen dealers began offering T-Cross R-Line to Volkswagen customers. From the standard SUV, its sports version differs in a modified grille, which has received more chrome elements, L-shaped DRLs on LEDs, as well as rear headlights, combined into a single unit. Inside, the car now flaunts a new three-spoke steering wheel, and the developers have built-in modern multimedia with a large touch screen into the center console.
In addition, the manufacturer has revised for the R-Line version and the line of power units. So, the place of the former 1.4-liter turbo engine took a pint with a return of 150 horsepower. The new engine is combined with either a seven-step “robot” or 6MKPP. In the top versions, the sports crossover will get four-wheel drive.
The cost of new items starts at 150,000 yuan. For comparison, for a standard Volkswagen T-Cross in Chinese car dealerships ask for at least 127,900 yuan.
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