Spot the difference: What sets the Volkswagen T-Cross apart?
The brand encourages photo fanatics to send T-Cross pictures to the social media pages of Volkswagen Philippines carrying a brief caption of their impressions of the vehicle, along with the hashtag #TCrossTrendspotting and #MoreThan1Thing. Five winners will be chosen to receive an entertainment gadget. Volkswagen officials said the activity is one fun way of creating awareness for the global SUV, be it on the road, in showrooms or in social media. The #TCrossTrendspotting activity, which runs from May 26 to June 30, 2021, not only showcases the sleek form and eye-catching details of the T-Cross, but also provides car enthusiasts and the public, alike, with various glimpses of the crossover in different surroundings and conditions. The photos, combined with the enticing introductory price offers and outright P30,000 cash discount upon reservation during the promo period, is a steal in its own right, a good buy that lasts for many productive and stylish years. Fitted with a long wheelbase, the T-Cross offers spacious, versatile 5-seater cabin or about 1,319 liters of cargo space. The T-Cross also comes equipped with electronic stabilization program (ESP), cruise control, tire pressure monitoring system, and rear park distance control (PDC), with additional LED headlights, six airbags, rear camera, and autonomous emergency braking (AEB) for the SE variant. At its heart of the T-Cross is the Euro6 emission standard 1.5-liter engine with 6-speed Tiptronic AT in both variants (180 MPI AT S and the 180 MPI AT SE) for optimal fuel efficiency and satisfying power in both city and countryside drives. The T-Cross’ design and engineering attracts an upwardly mobile, results-oriented, and no-nonsense millennials expecting automobiles to keep in pace with their moods and passions.